WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -
The accolades and honors for Womble Carlyle Managing Partner Keith Vaughan
continue to grow as 2012 draws to a close. The Triad Business Journal
named Vaughan to its list of this year’s Most Influential People. The list is included in the Nov. 16 edition of the Business Journal.
The Triad Business Journal cites Vaughan’s charitable work, his work with Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University, as well as his firm leadership for his inclusion on the list.
Keith Vaughan has served as Womble Carlyle’s Managing Partner since 2002. Under his leadership, Womble Carlyle has expanded its footprint into Baltimore, Delaware, Columbia and Charleston, S.C. and Silicon Valley.
He advocated the firm’s involvement in the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Value Challenge, which seeks to better align outside legal services with the needs of corporate clients. Vaughan has led and encouraged the development of value-oriented ancillary services at Womble Carlyle such as the Case Management Facility (CMF), FirmLogic (medical litigation support), Document Review Team, and Womble Carlyle Ecology Innovations LLC (WCEI). These services benefit clients by delivering cost effective solutions to traditionally expensive legal challenges.
About Womble Carlyle
is a full-service business law firm with a focus on innovative solutions to client needs. The firm supports the Association of Corporate Counsel in the ACC Value Challenge, which seeks to better align legal services with the needs of corporate clients.
The firm is located in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic regions, and serves clients nationally and globally, with more than 550 attorneys in twelve offices: Atlanta; Charleston and Greenville, S.C.; Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, Research Triangle Park, and Winston-Salem, N.C.; Washington, D.C.; Tysons Corner, Va.; Baltimore; and Wilmington, Del.
In the community, the firm is the first law firm to receive the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Corporate Leadership Award as well as the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Freedom Award.
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