Eleven Manning Fulton attorneys have been recognized by their peers for inclusion in the 2018 edition of Business North Carolina’s “Legal Elite,” a listing of the state’s top lawyers in 14 business-related categories.
Business North Carolina is the state’s leading business magazine. Each year, the publication sends ballots to members of the North Carolina Bar Association who reside in North Carolina. Voters are asked one question: “Of the Tar Heel lawyers whose work you have observed firsthand, whom would you rate among the current best in these categories?” Voters are not allowed to vote for themselves, and may only select members of their own firms if they also select out-of-firm lawyers in the same categories, with out-of-firm votes weighted more heavily. Attorneys receiving the most votes in their respective categories become permanent members of the “Legal Elite” Hall of Fame.
The Manning Fulton attorneys named to Business North Carolina’s 2018 “Legal Elite” are:
Michael T. Medford for Appellate
William B. Gwyn, Jr. for Business
Kevin A. Prakke for Business
Judson A. Welborn for Construction
Michael T. Medford for Litigation
Nicole S. Loeffler for Real Estate
Douglas J. Short for Real Estate
Stephen T. Byrd for Tax and Estate Planning
Ansley Chapman Cella for Tax and Estate Planning
David D. Dahl for Tax and Estate Planning
About Manning Fulton
Manning Fulton was founded in 1955 by Howard Manning and Charles Fulton, and is one of the longest-lasting law partnerships in North Carolina. In its nearly seven decades faithfully serving the Triangle and Eastern North Carolina, Manning Fulton has grown with its clients and this remarkable state. Today, 40 attorneys, averaging more than 20 years’ experience in their respective fields, provide the full suite of legal services to businesses and individuals throughout North Carolina. The firm’s attorneys are uniquely committed to first-rate, accessible, no nonsense expertise and the development of a lasting relationship with every client. Put simply, we focus on what matters.