Bell, Davis & Pitt, P.A.
Practical Wisdom for a Complex World. Serving Business & Banking Clients, Large & Small, Across the Southeast with Practical, Valued & Cost-effective Solutions.
Size of Organization: 36
Year Established: 1980Web Site: http://www.belldavispitt.com
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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.
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