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Kirk Warner Speaks on “Serving Those Who Have Served Us” at NABE 2015 Midyear Meeting

February 25, 2015

Raleigh, N.C. –Smith Anderson Partner and Chairman of the North Carolina Bar Association Foundation’s Military and Veteran Affairs Committee (MVAC) COL (Ret.) Kirk Warner spoke on the topic of legal assistance and support for current military, veterans and their families at the National Association of Bar Executives (NABE) 2015 Midyear Meeting. In his speech, titled “Serving Those Who Have Served Us,” Kirk reviewed MVAC’s programs in North Carolina that directly serve military personnel and veterans, including the support of Veterans Treatment Courts, pro bono legal services, Veterans Administration disability appeals and housing assistance.

About Kirk Warner
Kirk Warner heads the Firm’s Products Liability practice group and he is a senior litigator in the firm’s Commercial Litigation team with trial experience spanning many litigation areas. Kirk thrives on complex and challenging bet-the-company litigation and issues. He represents a variety of government contractors with issues involving overseas war operations and contracts and has extensive experience in advising clients involved in government interagency and contingency operations contractor issues. He provides legal counsel to Senior Commanders, as well as CEOs, Corporate Executives and Boards. For more information on Kirk and his practice, please visit his bio online at SmithLaw.com.

About Smith Anderson
Since our founding in 1912, Smith Anderson has grown to more than 120 attorneys and is the largest business law firm headquartered in North Carolina’s world-renowned Research Triangle area. We serve clients ranging in size from large public companies to emerging growth businesses, providing a full range of legal services to assist our clients in accomplishing their goals. The knowledge and experience of our attorneys make us well positioned to handle the litigation and business matters that our clients face. For more information, please visit SmithLaw.com.

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