Attorneys

Experience

Colin McRae is a partner in the Savannah office. His practice areas include admiralty, transportation, logistics, business litigation, real estate litigation and tax appeal disputes involving both real and personal property. Colin’s maritime experience includes defense of personal injury claims, collisions, bill of lading and charter party disputes, cargo damage claims, oil spill and other environmental pollution cases, Coast Guard penalties, and recreational boating casualties. In addition to his experience in disputes involving real estate and commercial transactions, Colin has over fifteen years experience representing property owners in tax appeal disputes in the Boards of Equalization and Superior Courts of southeast Georgia counties, including several jury trials representing property owners against county Boards of Assessors.

Colin is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and is admitted to practice in all courts of Georgia; the U.S. District Courts for the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Georgia; and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He is a member of the Savannah Bar Association, for which he currently serves as President, and has served as a member of its Executive Committee and as a past president of its Younger Lawyers Division.

A native Savannahian, Colin graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in History in 1995 and from the University of Georgia School of Law with a J.D., cum laude, in 1999. Colin is the current chairman of the Chatham County Board of Registrars and has served as attorney coach for the high school mock trial team at Savannah Country Day School, his alma mater, for the past fifteen years.

Colin was presented by the Savannah Bar Association with the Robbie Robinson Award for outstanding service to the Savannah community in 2010.

Representative Engagements

  • Service for over fifteen years as local correspondent for all fourteen member Clubs of the International Group of Protection and Indemnity (“P&I”) Clubs, and provide their ocean carrier members legal advice, casualty investigation, regulatory assistance, and related services for legal matters arising in the Port of Savannah and the Port of Brunswick.
  • Represented large ocean carrier in obtaining summary judgment in personal injury lawsuit brought by longshoreman.
  • Successfully represented marine insurer in coverage dispute over alleged theft of vessel.
  • Obtained favorable settlement on behalf of logistics provider in large-scale cargo damage matter.
  • Engaged by regional warehousing provider to defend “toxic Chinese drywall” claims.

Recognition

Best Lawyers in America: Admiralty & Maritime Law, 2013-2018

Best Lawyers is the oldest and most highly-respected peer review guide to the legal profession worldwide. A listing in Best Lawyers is widely regarded by both clients and legal professionals as a significant honor, conferred on a lawyer by his or her peers.

Georgia Super Lawyers: Transportation/Maritime, 2016-2017

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

Lawyer of the Year: Admiralty & Maritime Law, 2016

The Best Lawyers in America named Colin McRae the 2016 Lawyer of the Year for Savannah in the area of Admiralty & Maritime Law. The award is given to those who have earned a high level of respect from their peers for their expertise, professionalism, and integrity. Each year this honor is given to only one lawyer per location and practice area.

Georgia Trend Magazine Legal Elite: 2015-2016

Georgia Trend Magazine’s annual listing of Georgia’s top attorneys, selected by their peers. The list includes eight practice areas: business law; personal injury litigation; criminal law; labor and employment; taxes, estates and trusts; bankruptcy and creditors’ rights; family law; and general practice/trial law.

Community STAR: 2015

The Savannah Technical College Foundation Community Council honored HunterMaclean attorney Colin McRae at the 2015 Tribute to Community STARS. The event recognizes individuals for their service and dedication at work or in the community.

Georgia Super Lawyers Rising Star: 2007 & 2009-2013

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

GenerationNEXT: Savannah’s Rising Stars of Business, 2012

In their annual GenerationNEXT: Savannah’s Rising Stars of Business competition, Savannah Magazine and Business in Savannah recognize 21 local business and community leaders under the age of 40. The winners are nominated and selected based upon their business accomplishments and humanitarian efforts.

Savannah Bar Association: Robbie Robinson Award, 2010

The Savannah Bar Association presented the Robbie Robinson Award, named after the late Savannah civil rights attorney, to Colin McRae in May 2010. The award recognizes a member of the legal profession who has demonstrated dedication to the principles of service to individuals and of advancement of the legal, political, social, and civil rights of the citizens of the Savannah community.

Georgia High School Mock Trial Program: Outstanding Attorney Coach Award, 2008-2009

The Georgia Mock Trial Competition helps students gain an understanding of the legal system by providing opportunities for school teams to participate in academic competitions where players assume attorney and witness roles in a court case. Lawyers coach students in developing questioning, critical thinking and oral advocacy skills.


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Publications & Presentations

Publications

Savannah Logistics Lunch Focuses on Industry Disruptors

Colin McRae and Brad Harmon discuss the upcoming Savannah Logistics Lunch in their article for Business in Savannah.

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The Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Container Weight Verification Requirement: An Update

Implementation of the recent SOLAS regulations regarding Verified Gross Mass (VGM) has been a weighty issue for the maritime industry. Attorneys Colin McRae and Chris “Smitty” Smith discuss the challenges behind implementation.

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Growth in Perishables Sector Creates Opportunity for Logistics Providers

At the recent Savannah Logistics Lunch, more than 200 attendees gathered to hear a panel discussion on the growth of the cold chain and perishables industry sectors in the Coastal Georgia region. One word came up again and again: opportunity. Attorneys Colin McRae and Brad Harmon discuss further in this article for the Savannah Morning News.

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Logistics Lunch brings Georgia Logistics Summit to Savannah

The Georgia Logistics Summit, presented each year by the Center of Innovation for Logistics, is the premiere logistics event in Georgia. This year the Center of Innovation for Logistics and HunterMaclean have developed a new event focused specifically on the coastal Georgia region: the Savannah Logistics Lunch.

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Ship-to-Shore: Logistics and Liability

If you have ever ordered an item online, bought a new iPhone, or picked up a ripe California orange at the grocery store, you have utilized the enormous web of logistics that transports cargo around the world. In their article for Elegant Island Living, attorneys Colin McRae and Brad Harmon explain the complicated business of logistics liability.

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The Effect of Recent Global Affairs on Local Logistics

The recent Russian embargo on certain agricultural imports from the U.S. and other Western countries will have an impact on local logistics and maritime commerce. The ban applies largely to U.S.-grown food products, including meats, vegetables and processed foods—all items heavily trafficked in Georgia’s ports. Attorneys Brad Harmon and Colin McRae explain how this will affect our local economy.

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Does US Maritime Law Require a Captain to “Go Down With the Ship"?

The recent South Korean ferry disaster has brought back into the limelight the age-old adage about a captain’s responsibility to “go down with the ship.” Was his refusal to remain onboard this sinking ship, and follow it to the bottom of the sea, a violation of the law?

 

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Takeaways from the 2014 Georgia Logistics Summit

Logistics, a vital component of Georgia’s economy, represents more than $15 billion annually. HunterMaclean attorneys recently attended the 2014 Georgia Logistics Summit and gained valuable insight into how the logistics industry can deliver in the face of rising costs, increased regulation, and global competition.

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Navigating Maritime Law and Liability

HunterMaclean partner Colin McRae discusses the unique maritime laws governing the transport of cargo at sea.

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Recreational Boating and the Law

Maritime attorney Colin McRae explores liability issues related to recreational boating, explaining why the law can be different at sea than on land.

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Importers, Exporters Must Be Cognizant of Changing Laws

By Colin A. McRae, published on May 2, 2012, in Business in Savannah.

Importing and exporting requires dealing with a number of different federal agencies including the Department of Homeland Security, the Food and Drug Administration, the State Department, the U.S. Customs Service and the Department of Agriculture. Each agency has its own set of rules that are constantly changing, particularly with regard to countries that tend to be less than friendly to U.S. trade. Failure to comply with the laws that govern import and export shipments can result in steep penalties.

Importing and exporting requires dealing with a number of different federal agencies including the Department of Homeland Security, the Food and Drug Administration, the State Department, the U.S. Customs Service and the Department of Agriculture. Each agency has its own set of rules that are constantly changing, particularly with regard to countries that tend to be less than friendly to U.S. trade. Failure to comply with the laws that govern import and export shipments can result in steep penalties.

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Update on the Eleventh, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Circuits

Chapter by Colin A. McRae published in the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute Program Materials for the Annual Seminar on June 26-27, 2009.

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Court of Appeals Decision Could Alter Rules on Liability for Inland Carriers

By Colin A. McRae, published on November 13, 2006, in Savannah Business Report.

A recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit essentially torpedoed the Supreme Court’s attempt in 2004 to establish a uniform policy for dealing with loss and damage claims on intermodal shipments moving in international commerce.

“This is an important decision that will impact a number of area companies,” said Colin McRae, a maritime attorney and partner at the law firm of HunterMaclean. “Transportation of cargo is big business in coastal Georgia.”

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Admiralty - A Review of the Eleventh Circuit's Opinions in 2002

By Colin A. McRae, published on July 9, 2003, in Mercer Law Review 54, no. 4.

The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit published four opinions dealing with Admiralty issues in 2002. While the total number of opinions is not as high as in recent years, the court addressed numerous issues that are relevant and important in today’s Admiralty practice. The court dealt with coverage under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (“LHWCA”), cargo liability limitation by inland carriers through a Himalaya clause in an ocean bill of lading, protection and indemnity coverage for cargo damage claims, the doctrine of forum non conveniens, and the applicable law to be used by federal courts sitting in diversity. In addition to these four Eleventh Circuit cases, there were two Supreme Court cases involving preemption in the maritime arena that will be very important to Admiralty practitioners.

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Admiralty - A Review of the Eleventh Circuit's Opinions in 2001

By Colin A. McRae, published on July 9, 2002, in Mercer Law Review 53, no. 4.

The Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit handed down ten opinions dealing with admiralty law during the calendar year 2001. Five of these cases dealt with the traditional admiralty concepts of allision, maintenance and cure, the “savings to suitors” clause, marine insurance and indemnity. The Eleventh Circuit also decided three cargo cases dealing with the unsettled package limitation of the Carriage of Goods by Seas Act. Finally, two cases called on the Court to decide how to reconcile traditional admiralty principles with new federal environmental legislation, showing the increased interplay between environmental resource protection and admiralty law.

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Admiralty - A Review of the Eleventh Circuit's Opinions in 2000

By Colin A. McRae, published on July 9, 2001, in Mercer Law Review 52, no. 4.

The Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit decided fourteen admiralty cases with written opinions in 2000. These cases can generally be divided into three broad categories: (1) cases involving the interpretation of federal statutes such as The Americans with Disabilities Act, (“ADA”), the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (“FSIA”), the Suits in Admiralty Act (“SAA”), The Carriage of Goods By Sea Act (“COGSA”), and the Federal Maritime Lien Act (“FMLA”); (2) cases involving the interplay of admiralty law and state law in suits involving claims for attorney fees, the application of laches, and marine insurance issues; and (3) cases involving traditional maritime issues such as the interpretation of maritime contracts, salvage law and sovereign immunity.

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Presentations

Legal Considerations in Implementing your Vision

Presented by Milton L. Petersen and Colin A. McRae at the Southeastern Warehouse Association Convention in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, on September 18, 2015.

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Navigating the Troubled Waters of the Law of Salvage

Presented by Colin A. McRae to the Hilton Head Sail & Power Squadron in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, on September 8, 2014.

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Legal Update: Questions Our Clients Are Asking Us

Presented by Colin A. McRae and Bradley M. Harmon at the Southeastern Warehouse Association Annual Convention in Destin, Florida on September 14, 2013.

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The Trial of the Slave Ship WANDERER

Presented at the Eleventh Circuit Judicial Conference in Savannah, Georgia on May 2, 2013 by Colin A. McRae, Bradley M. Harmon, and Adam G. Kirk.

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Update on the Eleventh, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Circuits

Presented by Colin A. McRae at the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute Annual Seminar on June 26, 2009.

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News

23 HunterMaclean Attorneys Listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2018

HunterMaclean is pleased to announce that 23 attorneys from the firm were recently selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2018. Best Lawyers recognizes attorneys for significant achievements in their area of practice.

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SMN: Industry experts talk trends, innovation at third annual Savannah Logistics Lunch

Mary Carr Mayle of Savannah Morning News covered the 2017 Savannah Logistics Lunch on Wednesday, July 19.

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Thirteen HunterMaclean Attorneys Recognized as 2017 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

HunterMaclean was recently honored with the selection of eight HunterMaclean attorneys as 2017 Georgia Super Lawyers and five attorneys as 2017 Rising Stars. Attorneys are selected based upon peer review, professional achievements, and independent research.

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HunterMaclean Attorneys Honored as 2016 Georgia Trend Legal Elite

Eight HunterMaclean attorneys were recognized as 2016 Legal Elite by Georgia Trend. Georgia Trend’s Legal Elite is compiled by attorneys submitting their nominations through the publication’s website.

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21 HunterMaclean Attorneys Listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2017

HunterMaclean is pleased to announce that 21 attorneys were recently selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2017. Best Lawyers, which is published annually in almost 70 countries, recognizes attorneys for outstanding achievements in their area of practice.

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Fifteen HunterMaclean Attorneys Recognized as 2016 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Ten HunterMaclean attorneys were recently selected as 2016 Georgia Super Lawyers and five attorneys as 2016 Rising Stars. The prestigious Super Lawyers honor, awarded annually, represents the top five percent of attorneys in each state in the nation.

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Six HunterMaclean Attorneys Honored as 2015 Georgia Trend Legal Elite

HunterMaclean, a leading business law firm with offices in Savannah and Brunswick, is pleased to announce that six attorneys were recently named as 2015 Georgia Trend Legal Elite. Georgia Trend, a statewide business publication, publishes the annual feature honoring Georgia’s leading attorneys.

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HunterMaclean Partner Colin A. McRae Recognized as Savannah Best Lawyers ® 2016 Admiralty and Maritime Law “Lawyer of the Year”

HunterMaclean partner Colin McRae has been honored as the Best Lawyers® 2016 Admiralty and Maritime Law “Lawyer of the Year” in Savannah. This honor is awarded to only one attorney per practice area and location every year.

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20 HunterMaclean Attorneys Listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2016

HunterMaclean, a leading business law firm with offices in Savannah and Brunswick, is pleased to announce that 20 attorneys from the firm were selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2016.

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SMN: Panel discussion focuses on Savannah's perishable import growth, opportunity

The inaugural Savannah Logistics Lunch, hosted by HunterMaclean and the Center of Innovation for Logistics, was a great success. Katie Martin covered the event for the Savannah Morning News.

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Savannah CEO: Savannah Logistics Lunch Presents Regional Focus on Growing Trade in Perishables

HunterMaclean is teaming up with Georgia’s Center of Innovation for Logistics to host the inaugural Savannah Logistic Lunch on August 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Savannah Airport. Thressea Boyd writes about the upcoming event for Savannah CEO.

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Colin McRae Named President of the Savannah Bar Association

HunterMaclean attorney Colin McRae was installed as President of the Savannah Bar Association on Thursday, June 18. Colin served as President-Elect over the past year and, prior to that, as Secretary.

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Savannah Morning News: Colin McRae honored as Savannah Tech '"Community Star"

The Savannah Technical College Foundation Community Council honored Colin McRae at the 2015 Tribute to Community STARS. The award recognizes individuals for their service and dedication at work or in the community.

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HunterMaclean Attorneys Selected For The Best Lawyers in America® 2015

HunterMaclean is pleased to announce that 22 lawyers from the firm were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2015.

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The Creative Coast 'Front Porch' Podcast with Colin McRae

podcast-Icons-OPT2ASavannah 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 lawlogistics, 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.

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Savannah Morning News: HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum on Logistics

HunterMaclean’s latest Critical Issues Forum focused on timely logistics issues in Georgia and attracted business leaders from across the region.

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HunterMaclean Attorneys Present to the Southeastern Warehouse Association on Transportation and Logistics

HunterMaclean partners Colin McRae, Dennis Keene and Brad Harmon shared insight into the latest trends in logistics in transportation with conference attendees from across the Southeast.

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25 HunterMaclean Attorneys Selected for The Best Lawyers in America® 2014

HunterMaclean is pleased to announce that 25 lawyers from the firm were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2014.

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HunterMaclean Attorneys Honored as Georgia Super Lawyers, Rising Stars

Nine HunterMaclean attorneys were recently recognized as Georgia Super Lawyers. Two of the firm’s partners were also named Rising Stars.

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HunterMaclean Launches Emergency Response Team to Address Legal Needs of Truck Accidents on Southeast Highways

HunterMaclean‘s new HunterMaclean Emergency Response Team (HMERT) offers round-the-clock coordination to expedite responses to trucking accidents in Coastal Georgia.

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SCDS Mock Trial Team Wins Regional Championship

The Savannah Country Day School mock trial team won the State Bar of Georgia’s regional high school mock trial championship.

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28 HunterMaclean Attorneys Among 'Best'

HunterMaclean, a business law firm with offices in Savannah and Brunswick, has announced that 28 lawyers from the firm were selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2013.

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Ocean Ordinances

Savannah Attorney Colin McRae Explains That Maritime Law Isn’t All About Piracy, And No Matter How Old You Are Huge Ships Are Cool

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Winning Soccer Team from West Broad Street YMCA

The West Broad Street YMCA recently completed its first soccer league with the under 12 girls and boys teams both placing second. Seacrest Partners, HunterMaclean, Trident Sustainability, Matt McCoy, Savannah Hilton Head Youth Soccer Association, and Coastal Georgia Soccer Association all contributed to the league.

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Savannah Magazine and Business in Savannah Honor Colin McRae as a "Generation Next: Rising Star of Business"

Savannah Magazine and Business in Savannah recently honored HunterMaclean partner Colin McRae in the annual “Generation Next: Rising Stars of Business” competition, which recognizes 21 local business and community leaders under the age of 40.

The winners were nominated and selected based upon their business accomplishments and their humanitarian efforts.

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HunterMaclean Partner Colin McRae Honored as 2012 Rising Star

Georgia Super Lawyers recently honored HunterMaclean partner Colin McRae as a 2012 Rising Star. Rising Stars are 40 years of age or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less.

The elite list of Georgia Rising Stars, which represents more than 70 practice areas, will be published in the March 2012 issue of Atlanta magazine and in a special issue of Georgia Super Lawyers: Rising Stars, which is mailed to every attorney in the state.

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HunterMaclean Attorneys Help Savannah Country Day Mock Trial Team to Advance to State Finals for Fifth Consecutive Year

On February 12, Savannah Country Day School’s Mock Trial Team won the regional mock trial competition, held at the Chatham County Courthouse. Savannah Country Day students earned top honors at the regional mock trial title for the fifth consecutive year.

The fictional case that served as the backdrop for this year’s competition involved a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by a detective who was fired from the police department after posting critical comments directly addressing the department on a mythical social networking site called “MiltFace.”

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Brad Harmon, Bates Lovett and Colin McRae Named 2011 Rising Stars by Georgia Super Lawyers

Georgia Super Lawyers recently honored three HunterMaclean attorneys as 2011 Rising Stars. All Rising Stars are 40 years of age or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less.

HunterMaclean attorneys recognized as 2011 Rising Stars include Bradley M. Harmon for Business Litigation, Bates Lovett for General Litigation and Colin A. McRae for Transportation and Maritime Law.

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Seven HunterMaclean Attorneys Named 2010 Rising Stars

Georgia Super Lawyers recently honored seven HunterMaclean attorneys as 2010 Rising Stars. All Georgia Rising Stars are 40 years of age or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less.

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Savannah Country Day School Mock Trial Team

On February 6, Savannah Country Day School’s Mock Trial Team won the regional mock trial competition, held at the Chatham County Courthouse. Savannah Country Day students earned top honors at the regional mock trial title for the fourth consecutive year.

The 2010 SCDS Mock Trial Team will head to the state championship tournament in Lawrenceville, Ga. on March 13 and 14. The state mock trial tournament is sponsored by the Georgia State Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.

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Colin McRae Named Chairman of Chatham County Board of Registrars

Colin McRae, a partner at the law firm of HunterMaclean, has been named chairman of the Chatham County Board of Registrars, effective July 1.

As chairman of the board, McRae will oversee voter registration, absentee voting, voter ID and advance voting sites in Chatham County. He assumes duties from outgoing Chatham County Board of Registrars chairman Skip Jennings.

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Record Number of HunterMaclean Attorneys Honored as 2009 Rising Stars

Georgia Super Lawyers recently honored eight HunterMaclean attorneys as 2009 Rising Stars, setting a new firm record. All Georgia Rising Stars are 40 or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less.

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HunterMeaclean attorneys bring history to the stage.

Sporting a new beard and studying 19th-century court transcripts, Savannah attorney Colin McRae is looking forward to his role in the re-enactment of one of Savannah’s most storied trials – the 1859-60 case of the slave ship Wanderer.

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Seven HunterMaclean Attorneys Named 2007 Rising Stars by Georgia Super Lawyers

Georgia Super Lawyers recently honored seven HunterMaclean attorneys as 2007 Rising Stars, setting a new firm record. Brad Harmon, Matt Henderson, Adam G. Kirk, Bates Lovett, Jessica L. McClellan, Colin McRae and Chris Smith have each been named Rising Stars in recognition of their outstanding contributions to law in Georgia.

The list of Georgia Rising Stars, which represents more than 60 practice areas, will be published in the October 2007 issue of Atlanta magazine and in a special issue of Georgia Super Lawyers: Rising Stars, which is mailed to every attorney in the state. All Georgia Rising Stars are 40 or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less.

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HunterMaclean Creates Transportation Law Practice Team

HunterMaclean’s Transportation Law Practice Team unites the firm’s shipping, maritime, trucking and litigation experts to offer optimal representation for new and existing clients.

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Court of Appeals Decision Could Alter Rules on Liability for Inland Carriers

By Colin A. McRae, published on November 13, 2006, in Savannah Business Report.

A recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit essentially torpedoed the Supreme Court’s attempt in 2004 to establish a uniform policy for dealing with loss and damage claims on intermodal shipments moving in international commerce.

“This is an important decision that will impact a number of area companies,” said Colin McRae, a maritime attorney and partner at the law firm of HunterMaclean. “Transportation of cargo is big business in coastal Georgia.”

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Seven HunterMaclean Attorneys Named 2007 Rising Stars

Georgia Super Lawyers recently honored seven HunterMaclean attorneys as 2007 Rising Stars, setting a new firm record. Brad Harmon, Matt Henderson, Adam G. Kirk, Bates Lovett, Jessica L. McClellan, Colin McRae and Chris Smith have each been named Rising Stars in recognition of their outstanding contributions to law in Georgia.

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Videos & Podcasts

Videos

Video: 2017 Savannah Logistics Lunch on Industry Disruptors

HunterMaclean and the Center of Innovation for Logistics partnered again to present the third annual Savannah Logistics Lunch on Wednesday, July 19, at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center.

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2015 Savannah logistics Lunch perishables panel

Savannah Logistics Lunch 2015

The inaugural Savannah Logistics Lunch, presented by HunterMaclean and the Center for Innovation in Logistics, featured a panel discussion on the growth of cold chain and perishables through the Port of Savannah.

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Video: Volunteer Coaching at the West Broad YMCA

Colin McRae and  Carson Bacon, both avid soccer players, coached practices and games to help the West Broad YMCA boys and girls 12-and-under teams learn basic soccer skills.

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Podcasts

Savannah Logistics Lunch 2015

Podcast: Savannah Logistics Lunch August 18, 2015

The first Annual Savannah Logistics Lunch was held at the Embassy Suites Savannah Airport on August 18, 2015.  The Logistics Lunch was presented by HunterMaclean and the Center for Innovation in Logistics, and offered a regional, in-depth focus from the Georgia Logistics Summit.

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Podcast: Colin McRae on The Creative Coast 'Front Porch'

Colin McRae is interviewed on the Creative Coast podcast series ‘The Front Porch. The wide-ranging discussion touches on maritime law, logistics, big ships, Georgia ports, and how local high school kids are getting involved.

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Spotlight

Savannah Logistics Lunch 2015 SRO attendance

Inaugural Savannah Logistics Lunch Focused on Perishables

The Savannah Logistics Lunch presented a regional, in-depth focus from the Georgia Logistics Summit. The inaugural 2015 event featured a panel discussion on the growth of cold chain and perishables in the coastal Georgia region.

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HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum on Logistics

The 2013 HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum addressed the logistics industry, which is a major economic engine for the port cities of Savannah and Brunswick and for the entire state of Georgia.  A moderated panel addressed global competitiveness, infrastructure, technology, human resources, workforce needs, and much more.  Includes a 3-minute highlight video and link to a video of the full 1-hour program.

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The Architecture of Business: Attorneys Guide Telfair Through Expansion

HunterMaclean helped lay the groundwork for the Telfair Museum of Art to build the new Jepson Center, a sleek, contemporary building on Telfair Square in downtown Savannah. The Jepson successfully bridges the city’s historic architecture with its vibrant future, serving as a centerpiece of Savannah’s cultural community.

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Giving Back: Volunteer Coaching at the West Broad YMCA

In keeping with HunterMaclean’s longstanding tradition of community service, two of the firm’s attorneys recently coached teams for the West Broad Street YMCA’s youth soccer program. Colin McRae and  Carson Bacon, both avid soccer players, coached practices and games to help boys and girls12-and-under learn basic soccer skills.  Along the way, they were able to share some important life lessons.

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