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Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina Office
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110 Oakwood Drive, Suite 500
Winston-Salem, North Carolina  27103

(Forsyth Co.)

Telephone: 336-725-4710
Fax: 336-725-4476
http://www.spilmanlaw.com



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About this office:

Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC had its beginnings in 1864, and to better serve our clients in the North Carolina area, the firm opened a Winston-Salem office in 2006. Staffed by more than 200 attorneys and professional staff across our seven offices, Spilman is dedicated to providing top-notch legal services at an exceptional value.

As one of the Mid-Atlantic Inland Basin's largest law firms, we offer a full-service legal practice and are proud of the diversity of our client base — one that includes Fortune 500™ companies with thousands of employees and family-owned businesses that are just around the corner. Our attorneys are trained to serve as an extension of your management team — working with you to prevent problems before they occur and guiding you carefully and efficiently through the legal process.

Our commitment to excellence has been tradition for more than a century and continues to be our guiding force today. One example of this commitment is our continued selection by DuPont as one of its primary law firms. This group of preferred law firms has completed a rigorous process to be one of the few firms selected by DuPont throughout the world. At Spilman, our goal is to be the first choice for all of our clients.

We have a broad general practice that is divided into two main departments — litigation and corporate. Our attorneys and professional support staff typically work in multiple areas of practice, including mergers and acquisitions, labor and employment, banking and finance, intellectual property, toxic tort, product liability, health care, consumer finance, energy, and environmental — to name just a few.

The North Carolina office has a deep litigation group that handles all types of litigation throughout the state, from the coast to the mountains, and frequently manages litigation and trial dockets in South Carolina and Tennessee. They are supported by Spilman's substantial resources firm-wide.

Our corporate department represents clients engaged in a wide variety of industries and business transactions. The firm's business attorneys are skilled in virtually all areas of commercial business practice and are prepared to provide advice in the gamut of corporate law.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Banking & FinanceBankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
Community BankingConstruction
Consumer FinanceCorporate & Business Law
E-DiscoveryEnergy
Health CareInsurance Coverage & Bad Faith
Intellectual PropertyLabor & Employment
LitigationMarcellus & Utica Shale
Mergers & AcquisitionsProduct Liability Litigation
Public UtilitiesReal Estate
Toxic Tort LitigationWills, Estates & Trusts


Statement of Practice Summary:
Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Commercial Law; Community Banking; Construction Law; Consumer Debt Regulation; Corporate Law; Creditors' Rights; E-Discovery; Education Law; Employment Discrimination; Energy; Estate Planning; Health Care; Health Law; Hospital Law; Insurance Law; Intellectual Property; Labor And Employment; Litigation; Mergers And Acquisitions; Product Liability; Public Utility Law; Real Property; Securities; Trial Practice; Trusts; Wills; Toxic Torts; Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith; Marcellus & Utica Shale.

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How to Screw Up Vendor Management (and Live a More Exciting Life)
Timothy R. Moore, July 14, 2014
Are you bored? Is your bank running too smoothly? Do you miss those long, loud and involved conversations with your examiners, superiors or shareholders? If so, then screwing up vendor management may be right for you. Below are five easy steps to making a mess of your vendor management and why...

An Interview with Robert T. Braswell, President & CEO, Carolina Bank
Timothy R. Moore, June 23, 2014
Q: What is the most personally rewarding part of being a community banker? A: Being a banker for 40 years, working for both larger regional and national banks as well as Carolina Bank for the last 18+ years, I find the community bank gives an individual more recognition for the value of their...

Hold That ReFi! A Reason to Think Twice Before Entering Post-Petition Agreements with Discharged Debtors
Casey H. Howard, June 23, 2014
After months of phone calls, loan modifications and discussions with borrowers, one finally receives the dreaded bankruptcy notice in the mail. A chapter 7, no-asset case, with the loan listed on the bankruptcy schedules as a secured claim. After a few short months, one is notified that the debtors...




Year Established: 1864


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