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S.C. Chamber announces 2016-2017 Board of Directors

Lord, Dubberly named to Executive Committee & Board of Directors

Midlands Biz

October 6, 2016

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce announced its newly elected Executive Committee and Board of Directors, effective as of October 1. 

For 2016-17, Nexsen Pruet Chairman Leighton Lord will serve as Commerce Chair on the Executive Committee. David Dubberly, member and Chair of the firm's Employment and Labor Law group, will continue to serve on the Board of Directors. 

About the Chamber:

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce is the unified voice of business in the Palmetto State. The South Carolina Chamber works to find solutions for issues facing businesses, ensuring this state is a top destination for economic development. Serving thousands of companies of all sizes and industries, the Chamber creates an environment for businesses and communities to grow.

Read the complete announcement.

 


Leighton Lord practices in the areas of economic development, corporate, partnership and real estate law. His legal practice has a special emphasis on siting economic development projects, real estate financing, general business law, and formation and opinions on Delaware entities.  In addition to his role as Chairman of Nexsen Pruet, he serves as Managing Director of the firm's communications affiliate, NP Strategy, LLC.

David Dubberly is an award-winning attorney who, in addition to chairing Nexsen Pruet’s Employment and Labor Law Group, also co-chairs the firm’s International Law Team. In a career of almost three decades, he has become a go-to attorney for companies seeking legal counsel in compliance matters, defense of government investigations, litigation, and mediation and arbitration.

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