03 Aug Jim White Chosen As 2012 Leaders In The Law Recipient By North Carolina Lawyers Weekly
Principal Attorney At The Law Office Of James C. White Honored For Career And Community Achievements And Leadership
DURHAM, N.C. – The Law Office of James C. White, P.C. (http://jcwhitelaw.com), a law firm based in Durham that represents clients facing serious financial injury, has announced that Jim White, principal attorney with the firm, was selected for the 2012 Leaders in the Law award presented by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly. The Leaders in the Law award honors those within the legal community who are working to better the legal profession through mentoring and involvement within their community as well as going above and beyond in their everyday job. Honorees represent the most influential individuals within North Carolina’s legal community.
White will be honored at the fourth annual Leadership in the Law event hosted by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 19 at the Raleigh Marriot City Center at 500 Fayetteville St.
ABOUT THE LAW OFFICE OF JAMES C. WHITE:
Based in Durham, the Law Office of James C. White, P.C. offers a cost-effective alternative to the big law firm for individuals and small to mid-sized businesses. Their practice is focused on complex litigation, debtor bankruptcy and business law. Their cases usually involve serious financial injury and their philosophy is simple: they do not care about the size of a case – they take cases where they can have a distinctive, lasting and substantial impact. Clients range from high-net-worth individuals and successful small to mid-sized businesses with millions of dollars at stake to people who have lost their homes through foreclosure fraud. The firm has negotiated large settlements with financial institutions and has pursued complex business torts, class action and securities litigation. It also represents individuals and companies, using bankruptcy to help them navigate through financial problems, fight wrongful foreclosures and keep them in their homes – sometimes even after foreclosure sales. For more information, visit http://jcwhitelaw.com.