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Eight Carruthers & Roth Attorneys Recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Stars for 2013

January 21, 2013

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Carruthers & Roth, P.A. is pleased to announce that eight of the firm’s attorneys were recognized for their professional excellence and selected for inclusion in the North Carolina Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars lists for 2013. In addition, Carruthers & Roth attorney Kenneth M. Greene has been named to the Top 100 list of North Carolina Super Lawyers for the seventh consecutive year.

Only approximately 5% of eligible North Carolina attorneys were chosen for inclusion in North Carolina Super Lawyers (2.5% for Rising Stars) after a rigorous achievement and peer-based review was conducted by Thomson Reuters, Legal division. The Top 100 List is a particularly prestigious honor as it includes those attorneys who received the highest point totals after the review process. The following Carruthers & Roth attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2013 North Carolina Super Lawyers list: :  Estate Planning & Probate Howard L. Borum:  Real Estate : Banking Norman F. Klick, Jr.: Personal Injury Defense: Medical Malpractice : Personal Injury Defense: Medical Malpractice Keith A. Wood: Estate Planning & Probate The following Carruthers & Roth attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2014 North Carolina Rising Stars list: : Tax Craig A. Taylor: Business/Corporate The lists are published in the latest issue of North Carolina Super Lawyers and will be featured in a special section in Charlotte magazine and also in The New York Times (North Carolina distribution). About Super Lawyers: Super Lawyers identifies the top attorneys in each state, as chosen by their peers and through the independent research of Thomson Reuters, Legal division. The rigorous multi-phase selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, and a peer review. In order to be eligible for consideration as a Rising Star, a candidate must be 40 years of age and younger or have been in practice for ten years or less. For more information, visit: .