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Bell, Davis & Pitt, P.A. 
Size of Organization: 38
Year Established: 1980

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Named by Fortune magazine as a Top Ranked Law Firm in the Southeast, Bell, Davis & Pitt provides legal advice and services to clients, large and small, throughout the Southeastern United States. From the firm's establishment in 1980, we have grown to have two offices and more than 30 accomplished attorneys who share a common goal: to provide our clients with an exceptional work product in a timely and cost-effective manner. Our practical approach to solving problems has helped us create a firm that is valued by our clients and respected by our peers. The firm is an active member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW), an association of independent law firms located in over 180 major commercial areas in nearly 60 countries around the world. This membership allows the firm to handle our clients' legal needs for international transactions, research and litigation through experienced, reputable and familiar attorneys in a global arena.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Arbitration; Mediation; Animal Law; Appellate Practice; Civil Appeals; Banks and Banking; Bank Collections; Bank Foreclosures; Commercial Banking; Commercial Credit; Commercial Loans; Lender Law; Lender Liability; Lenders Rights; Letters of Credit; Loan Restructuring; Lender Regulation; Loan Workouts; Loans; Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy Arbitration; Bankruptcy Chapter 7; Bankruptcy Chapter 11; Bankruptcy Chapter 13; Bankruptcy Collections; Bankruptcy Litigation; Bankruptcy Mediation; Bankruptcy Reorganization; Commercial Bankruptcy; Commercial Foreclosure; Commercial Insolvency; Commercial Recovery; Commercial Workouts; Foreclosures; Creditor Bankruptcy; Business Law; Business Arbitration; Business Crimes; Business Dissolutions; Business Enterprises; Business Estate Planning; Business Formation; Business Litigation; Business Mediation; Business Organization; Business Planning; Business Regulation; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Taxation; Business Torts; Business Transactions; Business Transfers; Buy-Sell Agreements; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Closely Held Business Estate Planning; Closely Held Business Taxation; Complex Business Litigation; Entrepreneurial Business Law; Family Business Law; International Business Law; Joint Ventures; Private Business Law; Small Business Law; Civil Practice; Federal Civil Practice; Collections; Commercial Collections; Professional Collections; Commercial Law; Commercial Crimes; Commercial Fraud; Commercial Liability; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Mediation; Commercial Torts; Commercial Transactions; Complex Commercial Litigation; Secured Transactions; Uniform Commercial Code; Commercial Real Estate; Commercial Conveyancing; Commercial Real Estate Acquisitions; Commercial Real Estate Bankruptcy; Commercial Real Estate Contracts; Commercial Real Estate Development; Commercial Real Estate Finance; Commercial Real Estate Foreclosure; Commercial Real Estate Litigation; Commercial Real Estate Sales; Commercial Real Estate Syndication; Commercial Real Estate Workouts; Industrial Real Estate Law; Retail Development; Shopping Center Acquisitions; Shopping Center Development; Shopping Center Law; Construction Law; Construction Claims; Construction Contracts; Construction Insurance Defense; Construction Labor Law; Construction Liability; Construction Liens; Construction Litigation; Construction Mediation; Construction Products Liability; Construction Workouts; Construction Safety; Contractors Liability; Breach of Contract; Commercial Contracts; Contract Fraud; Contract Litigation; International Commercial Contracts; International Contracts; Corporate Law; Closely Held Corporations; Corporate Banking Law; Corporate Commercial Law; Corporate Contracts; Corporate Criminal Law; Corporate Dissolutions; Corporate Ethics; Corporate Formation; Corporate Investigations; Corporate Litigation; Corporate Organization; Corporate Partnerships; Corporate Planning; Corporate Real Estate; Corporate Tax Controversies; Corporate Tax Planning; Corporate Taxation; Corporate Trusts; Corporate Workouts; Family Corporations; Incorporation; Nonprofit Corporations; Professional Corporations; S Corporations; Small Business Corporations; Debtor and Creditor; Creditors Rights; Debtor and Creditor Collections; Debtor and Creditor Reorganization; Debtor and Creditor Remedies; Debtor and Creditor Rights; Debtor and Creditor Workouts; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act; Secured Creditors Rights; Unsecured Creditors Rights; Eminent Domain; Condemnation; Inverse Condemnation; Land Annexation; Property Rights; Environmental Law; Brownfields Redevelopment; Environmental Administrative Law; Environmental Liability; Environmental Litigation; Environmental Permitting; Environmental Real Estate; Children; Adoption Law; Child Custody; Child Custody Mediation; Child Support; Grandparents Custody; Grandparents Visitation Rights; Step Parent Adoptions; Third Party Custody; Visitation Rights; Family Law; Alimony; Divorce; Divorce Arbitration; Divorce Mediation; Equitable Distribution; Family Arbitration; Family Mediation; Marital Property Distribution; Marital Property Law; Marital Property Settlements; Palimony; Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs); Domestic Relations; Spousal Support; General Practice; Federal Practice; Local Government Law; Guardianship and Conservatorship; Guardianship; Guardianship Administration; Health Care; Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect; Nursing Home Liability; Nursing Home Litigation; Nursing Home Negligence; Nursing Home Regulation; Physicians Contracts; Hospital Law; Insurance; Malpractice; Housing Law; Affordable Housing; Housing Development; Insurance Litigation; Insurance Mediation; Intellectual Property; Labor and Employment; Affirmative Action; Age Discrimination in Employment; Americans with Disabilities Act; Confidentiality Agreements; Covenants Not To Compete; Disability Discrimination; Employee Discipline; Employee Drug Testing; Employer Liability; Employer Rights; Employment at Will; Employment Breach of Contract; Employment Civil Rights; Employment Claims; Employment Contracts; Employment Defense; Employment Disability Discrimination; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law; Employment Litigation; Employment Mediation; Employment Practices Liability Insurance; Employment Termination; Equal Employment Opportunity Law; Executive Employment Law; Executive Severance Contracts; Fair Employment Practices; Fair Labor Standards; Family and Medical Leave Act; Federal Employment Law; Human Resources Law; Labor Arbitration; Labor Law; Noncompete Litigation; Noncompetition and Non-Solicitation; Agreements; Outsourcing; Personnel Policies; Personnel Training; Restrictive Covenants; Retaliatory Discharge; Wrongful Termination Defense; Leases and Leasing; Commercial Leasing; Landlord and Tenant Law; Lease Finance; Lease Terminations; Office Leasing; Leveraged Leasing; Retail Leasing; Shopping Center Leasing; Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Attorney Discipline; Attorney Errors and Omissions; Attorney Fee Disputes; Legal Ethics; Litigation; Civil Litigation; Complex Litigation; Defense Litigation; E-Discovery; Federal Civil Litigation; Federal Litigation; Trial Practice; Legal Malpractice; Legal Malpractice Defense; Legal Negligence; Legal Professional Liability; Medical Malpractice; Medical Liability; Medical Malpractice Defense; Medical Negligence; Medical-Legal Law; Physicians Professional Liability; Psychiatric Malpractice; Psychology Malpractice; Trademarks.