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South Carolina Super Lawyers Recognizes 17 Wyche Attorneys
“We are proud to have three Wyche attorneys among Super Lawyers’ top 25. Wyche has always been focused on bringing world-class talent to South Carolina. Because of this, we are a relatively small firm composed of a carefully selected group of attorneys. To have three of our 34 attorneys recognized as being among the top 25 lawyers in all of South Carolina is an honor,” said Ted Gentry, Chair of Wyche’s Executive Committee.
The 12 Wyche attorneys listed below have been named to the South Carolina Super Lawyers list. No more than five percent of lawyers in the state are selected by Super Lawyers.
Eric Amstutz, Mergers & Acquisitions
Mark Bakker, Employment & Labor
Melinda Davis Lux, Mergers & Acquisitions
Greg English, Environmental Litigation
Ted Gentry, Employment Litigation: Defense
Cary Hall, Tax
Wallace Lightsey, Business Litigation
John Moylan, Personal Injury Plaintiff: General
Henry Parr, Business Litigation
Matthew Richardson, Personal Injury Plaintiff: General
Troy Tessier, General Litigation
Marshall Winn, Business Litigation
Five more Wyche attorneys have been named to the Rising Stars list, which recognizes top up-and-coming attorneys in South Carolina. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in the state receive this honor. Wyche’s Rising Stars are:
Rita Bolt Barker, Environmental
Sarah Sloan Batson, General Litigation
Natalie Russell Dunham, Mergers & Acquisitions
Maurie Lawrence, Real Estate
Chris Schoen, General Litigation
Wyche is a full-service law firm that has practiced law and served the Greenville community for more than 90 years. In that time, Wyche has participated in landmark litigation, served as counsel on cutting-edge transactions, and provided community leadership that has helped shape and drive our region’s growth and success. With offices in Greenville and Columbia, Wyche is the South Carolina member of Lex Mundi, the world’s leading association of independent law firms. Visit www.wyche.com to learn more.