Amy Kates of Super Lawyers Magazine interviews HunterMaclean attorney Mills Fleming about his history with the Lucas Theatre. As board chairman of the Lucas in the 90s, Mills helped transform the theater from an abandoned building into a community asset.
HunterMaclean attorneys were recently honored as 2015 Georgia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The prestigious Georgia Super Lawyer honor is awarded annually to the top five percent of attorneys in the state.
Attorney Rebecca F. Clarkson recently joined HunterMaclean as an associate in the firm’s Corporate Practice Group. She has a legal background in financial services, creditor’s rights, and real estate.
HunterMaclean partner Sarah H. Lamar was named the new board chair of Visit Savannah at its first board meeting of the year. Visit Savannah is the destination marketing organization charged with promoting the Hostess City to travelers.
Savannah Magazine and Business in Savannah recently honored HunterMaclean partner Rachel Young Fields as a 2015 Generation NEXT: Savannah’s Rising Star of Business. She joined HunterMaclean in 2007 and primarily practices in the areas of business litigation and intellectual property.
HunterMaclean attorney Rachel Fields was named a 2015 Generation NEXT Rising Star of Business by Business in Savannah (BiS) and Savannah Magazine. The award honors the area’s under-40 leaders who have distinguished themselves by their professional achievements and philanthropic service within Savannah and the Coastal Empire. BiS published a profile of each winner, including Rachel, in their January issue.
Harold Yellin, a commercial real estate and zoning/land use attorney, was named Business Advocate of the Year for 2014. Julia Ritchey interviewed him for a feature article in the Savannah Morning News.
The year 2014 marks the 135th anniversary of HunterMaclean. Lucy Adams from Georgia CEO interviewed Managing Partner Frank Macgill regarding HunterMaclean’s history, areas of expertise, milestone anniversary, and future.
As an environmental law attorney with HunterMaclean in Savannah for the past 37 years, Drew Ernst has brokered land use agreements that protect our local creeks and wildlife, while accommodating a fast-growing industrial and commercial sector. He was featured as an “Amazing Alumni” in the most recent issue of Armstrong State University’s magazine.
Transitioning to retirement living can be as much of a challenge for families as it is for their elders. In this article by Savannah Magazine, HunterMaclean attorney Reid Williamson discusses the three legal documents that everyone needs to have in place: a last will and testament, a power of attorney, and an advanced directive for healthcare.