Frank S. Spruill established the firm in Henderson. Spruill moved the firm to Rocky Mount in 1907. In 1988, Mark B. Edwards and Richard E. Thigpen, Jr., then president of the North Carolina Bar Association, joined the firm and opened its office in Charlotte. In 2005, the Broughton & Broughton firm merged into Poyner Spruill, giving the firm an office in Southern Pines. And most recently, the firm changed its name from Poyner & Spruill LLP to Poyner Spruill LLP, effective October 10, 2008.
Protect Your Business and Preserve More Income. You are invited to a panel discussion exploring what captives are, when you should consider setting up one, how the tax code can help the captive pay for itself, and more.
We are pleased to announce that Stephanie Sanders has been elected as Partner in the firm. She represents clients in connection with commercial real estate matters, including acquisition, disposition, financing, development and leasing of commercial real estate.
RALEIGH, N.C., Jan. 3, 2017 — A brewery co-founded by Poyner Spruill attorney Deborah Sperati, Koi Pond Brewing Company, has been selected as to serve samples at the North Carolina Governor’s Inaugural Ball Jan. 7.
We're proud to announce 17 of our attorneys have been ranked among Business North Carolina magazine's 2017 "Legal Elite."
J. Nicholas Ellis, a Poyner Spruill partner, has been named President of the Eastern North Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
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