Elmore Goldsmith Attorney Recognized as Lawyer of the Year in Greenville Construction Law and Three Attorneys Named to The Best Lawyers in America®
October 3, 2012
Greenville, SC. (September 28, 2012) – The law firm of Elmore Goldsmith is pleased to announce that three of its attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2013. Additionally, one attorney has been recognized as “Lawyer of the Year”. The publication is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
Mason A. “Andy” Goldsmith has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, 19th edition for his work in the practice area of Commercial Litigation and Bet-the-Company Litigation. Listing in the 2013 edition marks fifteen years of consecutive listing in Best Lawyers. This distinction demonstrates his commitment and dedication to providing the highest level of service to clients. Mr. Goldsmith focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation and also serves as a certified mediator.
L. Franklin “Frank” Elmore has been selected for inclusion for his work in the practice areas of Construction Law and Litigation – Construction. Mr. Elmore has also been named the Best Lawyers’ 2013 Greenville Construction Law “Lawyer of the Year”. Only a single lawyer in each practice area in each community is honored with this distinction. As a certified arbitrator and mediator on construction disputes, he has served as a moderator, lecturer, and author on construction and surety industry topics for a multitude of professional organizations.
Mason “Andy” Goldsmith, Jr. has been selected for inclusion for his work in the practice areas of Construction Law and Litigation – Construction. He has spent his career focusing on the unique issues and needs of the construction industry. Mr. Goldsmith’s practice focuses on issues related to the construction industry. He has been involved in construction and surety disputes involving schools, churches, condominiums, highways, industrial plants, commercial buildings, and prisons, in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.Back To All News