HunterMaclean recently welcomed Josh Yellin as an associate in the Firm’s Savannah office. Josh will concentrate his practice in the real estate practice group, providing comprehensive legal and business counsel on a wide range of real estate matters.
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.
HunterMaclean is pleased to announce that Christopher R. Jordan has recently joined the firm as a partner in the Business Litigation Group. Jordan is an experienced litigator with significant work at both the trial and appellate levels.
Andrea Dove has joined HunterMaclean as Director of Business Development. Andrea will lead the Firm’s business development, marketing and communication initiatives, while working closely with firm management and all of the attorneys to support and expand their reach throughout the community.
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.
HunterMaclean has partnered with the West Broad Street YMCA to support their annual holiday and year-end event “Miracle on May Street.” HunterMaclean partner and West Broad Street YMCA Board Member Dave Burkoff is spearheading the effort.
The City of Savannah named the Daffin Park tennis courts after former Savannah mayor, HunterMaclean attorney, and tennis player Malcolm Maclean.
HunterMaclean Honored with Eight First-Tier Rankings in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2017 “Best Law Firms”
HunterMaclean was honored to be recognized with eight first-tier rankings in the 2017 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.” The complete list of rankings is published on the U.S. News website.
The 2016 Critical Issues Forum on Entrepreneurship Ecosystems took place on September 29 at the College of Coastal Georgia. Business and community leaders heard speakers offer perspectives on developing entrepreneurship in Brunswick and the Golden Isles.
Lindsey Adkison of Brunswick News covered the HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum on Entrepreneurship Ecosystems that took place on Thursday, September 29 at the College of Coastal Georgia.