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HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum on the Business of Film and TV Production

The 2016 HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum on the Business of Film and TV Production was held on Thursday, February 25 at the Savannah Technical College Eckburg Auditorium. An audience of 150 local business, community, and film industry leaders heard panelists prominently involved in diverse aspects of the Georgia film economy address the growth, challenges, and opportunities associated with film and TV production in the Savannah area.

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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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2015 Savannah Fiduciary Seminar

The Savannah Fiduciary Seminar is a panel of five experienced professionals in the field of defined contribution plans who come together to share insights and practical tips on meeting key fiduciary duties of sponsors and administrators in participant-directed 401(k) and other defined contribution plans. The 2015 event was held at the Savannah Golf Club on April 30.

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HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum 2014 Mayor Knox White

HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum: Creating the Best Downtowns in America

Mayor Knox White of Greenville, S.C. was the keynote speaker for the HunterMaclean Savannah Critical Issues Forum: Creating the Best Downtowns in America.  HunterMaclean partnered with the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce and the Savannah Economic Development Authority to present the 2014 Forum.

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Fiduciary seminar ERISA Rebecca Sczepanski

Seminar on 401(k) and Defined Contribution Plans

Employee Benefits/ERISA attorney Rebecca Sczepanski presented an update on litigation and rulings related to 401(k) and defined contribution plans as part of a Fiduciary seminar for plan administrators and sponsors.

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Pure Business Seminar: Buy-Sell Agreements

The first Pure Business Advice Seminar of 2014, which took place February 13, explored the intricacies of buy-sell agreements. During this one-hour lunch-and-learn, Daniel Crook of HunterMaclean, Daniel Rowe of TJS Deemer Dana, Brad Whitfield of Coastal Consulting Management Group, and Tony Martin of Martin Financial Services presented valuable information on buy-sell agreements to local business owners.

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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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Creative Financing: Firm Secures Multi-Million New Markets Tax Credit for Health System

Firm partners Ben Hartman and Adam Kirk spearheaded a landmark multi-million-dollar New Markets Tax Credit Program deal for Southeast Georgia Health System, one of HunterMaclean’s clients. The deal will lead to significant savings for the Health System’s new Medical Office Building and Community Care Center.

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HunterMaclean Partners with Junior Achievement: Educating Tomorrow’s Business Leaders

HunterMaclean partners with Junior Achievement to help build tomorrow’s business leaders.  Attorneys teach in local classrooms, speak at Career Day, and bring students to the firm on Job Shadow Day.  The firm also sponsors Junior Achievement through its golf tournament and annual gala.

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Holding Court: Firm Supports Award-Winning Moot Court Team

HunterMaclean proudly sponsors Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Moot Court Team, making it possible for Savannah-area undergraduates to compete and win at regional and national tournaments.

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