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Each year Business North Carolina magazine seeks to determine the best business lawyers in North Carolina. The magazine mailed ballots listing twelve lawyer categories to every lawyer licensed by the North Carolina State Bar and living in North Carolina. The top vote getters in each field are Everett J. Bowman, antitrust; C. Richard Rayburn, Jr. bankruptcy; William M. Flynn, business law; John L. Shaw, construction; Stephen K. Coss, corporate counsel; David B. Freedman, criminal defense; Patricia L. Holland, employment; William D. Dannelly, environmental; William K. Davis, litigation; J. Scott Evans, patents/intellectual property; Brent A. Torstrick, real estate; and Elizabeth l. Quick, tax/estate planning.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 26 Issue 1, Jan 2006, p47-48, 51, 53, 57, 61, 65, 67, 71, 75, 77, 81, 85,, por Periodical Website
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Erskine Bowles, the new president of the University of North Carolina system, is BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine Mover and Shaker of the Year. Bowles was head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, chief of staff in President William Jefferson Clinton's White House, and a twice-defeated candidate for the U.S. Senate prior to his appointment. Supporters feel his diplomatic deftness, financial insight, national experience, and North Carolina background make him an excellent choice for the position.
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Travis Simpson, vice president of North Carolina operations for Dell, Inc., discusses the new Dell plant at Winston-Salem. The computer-assembly plant opened in October 2005, and is Dell's largest factory in the country. North Carolina officials anted up $242 million in tax incentives to bring the plant to the state. The 750,000-square-foot plant employs 650 workers and will expand to 1,500 in the next five years.
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Anne Tompkins, a law partner in the Charlotte office of Alston and Bird LLP, discusses her nine months in Baghdad as an adviser to the Iraqi Special Tribunal, which is gathering evidence against accused Iraqi war criminals. She has worked in the Mecklenburg County district attorney's office and was a federal prosecutor for the Western District of North Carolina.
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