Raleigh, N.C. – On Thursday, June 5,2014, Smith Anderson Partner Wayne Maiorano was inducted by the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce as the newest member of the Leadership Raleigh Hall of Fame. The Leadership Raleigh Hall of Fame was created to recognize the accomplishments of their most distinguished alumni. Hall of Fame inductees are individuals who demonstrate exemplary leadership and have made a significant impact on the Raleigh community. Nominations were made by one of Wayne’s fellow Leadership Raleigh classmates and non-profit organization members who knew first hand of his efforts to lead and serve in the Raleigh community. All nominations were reviewed by the Leadership Raleigh Alumni Association Board, and three nominees were chosen for induction at the Fourth Annual Hall of Fame event.
About Wayne Maiorano
In his practice, Wayne advises clients on all aspects of the public and private construction process on commercial and residential projects, including contracting; project management and closeout; payment disputes; surety bond claims; insurance claims and coverage issues; and design and construction defect claims. He routinely represents parties in the construction and development industry, including owners, developers, contractors, sureties and lenders. Wayne also advises clients with respect to real estate and development related matters, including land and banking disputes, landlord-tenant issues, foreclosures, receiverships, creditor rights and bankruptcy, and general litigation. For more information on Wayne, please visit his bio at www.SmithLaw.com.
About Leadership Raleigh
In its 29th year, Leadership Raleigh is the ideal program for preparing the leaders of tomorrow. During the nine-month program, participants get an in-depth view of community issues, develop leadership skills necessary to assume leadership roles, and are exposed to community involvement opportunities. Leadership Raleigh is unlike other programs because it provides participants with the opportunity to meet and discuss issues with key community leaders. Participants study the qualities that make an effective leader, analyze individual leadership roles, and develop personal leadership styles and skills. They are then challenged to apply their talents by joining professional associations, civic clubs, public boards and commissions. For more information, please visit http://www.leadershipraleigh.org/