The nonpartisan North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research (NCCPPR) recognizes Dave Horne, Dana Simpson and Richard Stevens among North Carolina’s most influential registered lobbyists for the 2013-14 legislative session.
Smith Anderson assists 21c Museum Hotels in bringing its unique experience to downtown Durham, N.C., rehabilitating the historic Hill Building to create a boutique hotel and contemporary art museum that will open in early 2015.
Companies seeking to keep their innovations and information safeguarded in today's world of data breaches, IP theft and other security matters have a sophisticated ally in Smith Anderson.
In 2013, our Firm completed over 200 deals for our business clients, representing in excess of $11.6 billion in value, including the nation’s 10th largest IPO for the year.
Kimco Realty Corporation, North America’s largest publicly traded owner and operator of neighborhood and community shopping centers, works with Smith Anderson to complete two acquisitions in North Carolina, including one of the largest retail centers in the Triangle.
We have come a long way since our founding in 1912, but our core principles are unchanging. We are dedicated to furthering our clients’ interests by providing intelligent guidance, strategic counsel, solid advice and excellent results.
Smith Anderson is pleased to have served as lead counsel to General Parts International in its merger with Advance Auto Parts. Valued in excess of $2 billion, it is one of the largest private company transactions in North Carolina history.
Three homegrown start-ups received funding to further pursue the dream of growing their businesses and bringing revolutionary new products to market.
Our philosophy of putting clients first guides us in everything we do. Our Firm is built on a foundation of longstanding client relationships, and we are proud that our clients look to us as trusted advisers.
We are proud to support more than 75 not-for-profits and associations through sponsorships and volunteer time. To mark the Firm’s centennial, we committed $100,000 to Legal Aid of North Carolina, a statewide nonprofit law firm that provides free legal advice to low-income people.
Enough firepower and expertise to take care of issues, but small enough that you get to know all the senior people.
- Client quotation as published in Chambers USA 2014
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