Greenville Business Magazine’s annual Legal Elite of the Upstate issue has been released, and seven (seven! a divine number!) Horton Law Firm attorneys have been selected as Greenville’s Legal Elite in multiple areas of the law.
Mike Farry was recognized in the practice area of Worker’s Compensation. Mr. Farry focuses his practice on defending employers in worker’s compensation claims, and he maintains a thriving mediation practice as well.
Tommy Dugas was recognized in the area of Residential Real Estate. Mr. Dugas focuses his practice on Commercial and Residential Real estate matters throughout the state.
Bo Campbell was recognized in the areas of Business Litigation and Corporate Law, and he also represents local housing authorities in many parts of South Carolina.
Andy Arnold (Of Counsel) was recognized in the areas of Labor & Employment and Personal Injury. Andy’s practice includes representing employees in employment-related disputes, as well as severe personal injury and nursing home abuse and neglect cases.
Jeremy R. Summerlin was recognized in the area of Labor & Employment. Mr. Summerlin (that’s me!) focuses his practice on handling employment matters throughout South Carolina by defending the rights of employees in all workplace matters.
John Kehl was recognized in the area of Residential Real Estate, and he handles residential and commercial real estate matters throughout South Carolina.
Congratulations to our lawyers! Especially to that Jeremy Summerlin, because out of all the Legal Elites in Greenville, he’s the Legal Elite-est. (And his status as author of this post cannot be considered a form of bias, per the rules he has just established.)