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.
For the first Pure Business Advice Series event for 2014, HunterMaclean partner Daniel Crook, Tony Martin of Martin Financial Services, Daniel Rowe of TJS Deemer Dana, and Brad Whitfield of Coastal Consulting Management Group presented a seminar on buy-sell agreements to local Savannah business leaders.
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.
HunterMaclean is pleased to announce that Georgia Trend recently honored five HunterMaclean attorneys in the magazine’s annual “Legal Elite” ranking, which recognizes top attorneys in the state of Georgia.
HunterMaclean hosted a Critical Issues Forum in Brunswick on November 13. The Forum focused on logistics and attracted business leaders from across the region.
The Florida Times-Union: Transportation Issues Highlighted at HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum on Logistics
At HunterMaclean’s Critical Issues Forum in Brunswick on November 13, business leaders from across the area came together to discuss the logistics industry.
Attorneys Daniel J. Monahan and Courtney Valentine are HunterMaclean’s newest associates, joining the firm’s ’s Specialty Litigation Group and Business Litigation Group.
HunterMaclean recently earned nine First Tier and four Second Tier rankings in the 2014 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.”