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.
Savannah maritime and logistics attorney Colin McRae is interviewed on the Creative Coast podcast series, the Front Porch. His conversation with Creative Coast executive director Bea Wray touched on the port, maritime law, logistics, Critical Issues, and the great work that the Maritime Logistics Education Task Force (MLET) is doing to bring the next generation into the logistics field.
It isn’t often that your practice gets compared to both Star Trek 3-D chess and the TV reality show Survivor, but that’s exactly what happened to Diana J.P. McKenzie, chair of the HunterMaclean Information Technology and Outsourcing practice area, in this podcast.
A one hour lunch-and-learn seminar that brings together four experienced business advisors to provide an overview of buy-sell agreements and discuss issues that business owners should consider when creating or updating their agreements.
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.