Professional excellence, uncompromising integrity and outstanding service to clients and the community have defined HunterMaclean’s mission for over a century. With more than 60 attorneys operating from offices in Savannah and Brunswick, HunterMaclean offers one comprehensive source to handle the full range of legal needs. The Firm represents a wide variety of companies and individuals in Georgia and the Southeast as well as throughout the United States.
The federal government has created a new version of the Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9. Employment attorney Carson Penney gives a section-by-section overview of the new form, as well as links to download the updated form and the new USCIS employer handbook.
Attorney Ted Henneman represented the developers in a project to convert a redbrick mill in Gastonia, North Carolina into a multiuse complex. After years of project design, environmental remediation, financial structuring, and related negotiation, the Loray Mill is finally moving towards a new future.
Shawn W. Hill recently joined HunterMaclean as Chief Technology Officer, bringing more than 20 years of experience in the law firm IT field. He oversees the firm’s IT operations and will develop a comprehensive technology plan.
HunterMaclean’s re-designed web site recently earned three top awards for excellence in web design. The firm was recognized as a Webby Award honoree, won a Communicator Award of Distinction and earned a Bronze ADDY Award in the Digital Advertising – Consumer Websites category.
Health care attorney Gary E. McClanahan recently joined the firm, bringing experience in regulatory and corporate healthcare law. He is a sought-after speaker and author with expansive knowledge of regulations affecting health care providers.
Milt Petersen, partner in HunterMaclean’s information technology and outsourcing practice group, is a presenter in the April 11 Knowledge Group webinar Third Part Relationships: Risk Management and Contract Compliance. Milt’s presentation is titled Important Factors to Consider in Contract Negotiation.
The inaugural Brunswick Critical Issues Forum was held on Wednesday, October 3, 2012. More than 100 business leaders, educators, government and non-profit leaders gathered to hear a panel address one of the Critical Issues facing Brunswick and Glynn county – workforce development.