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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.
The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa is well-known as one of the most popular and most successful hotels in Savannah, but the hotel, which is located on Hutchinson Island just across the river from Savannah’s National Landmark Historic District, had several major legal hurdles to overcome when it was first conceived in the 1980′s.
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.
One of Savannah’s largest employers, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation designs, develops, manufactures, markets, services and supports the world’s most technologically advanced business-jet aircraft. HunterMaclean attorneys have worked with Gulfstream since it first moved to Savannah in 1967 with the encouragement and support of the late Malcolm R. Maclean, then a HunterMaclean partner and former Savannah mayor.
Byrd Cookie Company began as a small family-owned business in Savannah, Ga., in 1924 and has since earned its reputation as a national leader in the specialty food industry with products in stores nationwide. Over the past 26 years, HunterMaclean has guided Byrd Cookie Company through critical stages of business expansion.