Carl Patterson Interviewed About Smith Anderson’s Centennial by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly

RALEIGH, N.C. – Carl Patterson, Managing Partner at Smith Anderson, was recently interviewed by North Carolina Lawyers Weeklyfor an article entitled, “Smith Anderson: A century old, and in for the long haul.” The article detailed the tremendous growth in opportunities and relationships Smith Anderson has invested in, highlighting a successful future. Mr. Patterson emphasized how the Firm’s central RTP location and collaborative work culture directly benefits the clients they serve. “Frankly, the Research Triangle is one of the best markets in the country and has been for a long time,” Patterson said. “There are a tremendous number of new clients coming in, investment money and start-ups coming around and successful, international companies headquartered here or having a major presence here. It’s been a fabulous place to practice law. It’s not been necessary for us to go out of state. In fact, there are lots of people coming into the state, so that should tell you that we’re in the right place at the right time.”

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About Carl Patterson

Carl Patterson has over 30 years of complex commercial litigation experience and led Smith Anderson’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group from 1985-2010. He currently serves as the Firm’s Managing Partner. His practice includes representing diverse organizations and individuals, including financial institutions; issues and purchasers of securities; officers; directors; lenders; professional advisors; and buyers and sellers of both businesses and of goods and services.


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