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January 2010

2010 Legal Elite

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2010 Legal Elite “The law is a jealous mistress and requires a long and constant...

Tinkers tailor innovation

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It hasn’t been a good year for research and development. In and around Research Triangle Park, which is old enough (51 this month) to be admired for its longevity and to feel the occasional ache in its bones, there were a couple of significant twinges in November.

Ticket to the past

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Arriving via vintage firetruck, Santa has boarded the train, now crawling along one of the tracks that once lined this place like the wrinkles the sun etches on a farmer’s face.

State pols can’t rescind recession

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As 2009 ends, economists forecast a mostly jobless recovery. That’s bad news for people out of work. It’s also not so good for anyone who pays taxes, drives on roads or sends their kids to public schools.

Regional Report Western January 2010

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Running a hospital is a balancing act: Doctors and other medical professionals try to keep patients healthy, while administrators must monitor the hospital’s vital signs.

Regional Report Triangle January 2010

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Steve Zelnak, 65, became president of Martin Marietta Corp.’s aggregates division 27 years ago and led it through its spinoff and initial public offering as Martin Marietta Materials Inc. in 1994.

Regional Report Triad January 2010

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As much as High Point leaders love it each spring and fall when more than 70,000 furniture makers, exhibitors and buyers descend on the city for the High Point Market, they know their downtown needs more than the showrooms that dominate it.

Regional Report Eastern January 2010

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Coharie Hog Farm Inc. of Clinton isn’t the largest pork producer in the state, but its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in November may be the clearest example of hard times facing Eastern North Carolina’s pork industry.

Regional Report Charlotte January 2010

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As quickly as it came, Charlotte’s claim to being the real headquarters of the nation’s 14th-largest bank holding company vanished.

Legal Elite – Young guns 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Young Gun - Steven K. McCallister, Shanahan Law Group PLLC, Raleigh

Legal Elite – Tax/Estate planning 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Tax/Estate Planning - Michael H. Godwin, Schell Bray Aycock Abel & Livingston PLLC, Greensboro

Legal Elite – Real estate 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Real Estate - Timothy G. Sellers, Sellers, Hinshaw, Ayers, Dortch & Lyons PA, Charlotte

Legal Elite – Litigation 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Litigation - G. Gray Wilson, Wilson, Helms and Cartledge, Winston-Salem

Legal Elite – Intellectual property 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Intellectual Property - David M. Krasnow, Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP,, Raleigh

Legal Elite – Family 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Family Law - Lana S. Warlick, Law Office of Lana S. Warlick, Jacksonville

Legal Elite – Environmental 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Environmental - Stephen W. Earp, Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP, Greensboro

Legal Elite – Employment 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Employment - Susan Brown Grady, SPX Corp., Charlotte

Legal Elite – Criminal 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Criminal - T. Patrick Matus II, Essex Richards PA, Charlotte

Legal Elite – Corporate counsel 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Corporate Counsel - Gaither M. Keener, Lowe’s Cos., Mooresville

Legal Elite – Construction 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Construction - John B. “Jack” Taylor, Nexsen Pruet LLC, Charlotte

Legal Elite – Business 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Business - Mark Davidson, Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP, Greensboro

Legal Elite – Bankruptcy 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Bankruptcy - Christine Myatt, Nexsen Pruet LLC, Greensboro

Legal Elite – Antitrust 2010

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2010 Legal Elite winner: Antitrust - Jennifer K. Van Zant, Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP, Greensboro

Hot stocks for 2010

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Commenting on one of his photos that appeared in this magazine, Will Mitchell joked that he picks stocks better than he picks barbers.

Fraudian slips

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As the autumn sun warms the woods, Michael Duke settles in for another day. On assignments like this, he sometimes dons a ghillie suit, the tattered camouflage that snipers wear to blend into underbrush.

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