RALEIGH, N.C. — Poyner Spruill partner Kelsey Mayo has been named the 2019 Client Choice Award winner in the Employment & Benefits category for North Carolina.

Client Choice Award nominations strictly come from corporate counsel who value the work of law firm attorneys. Established in 2005, Client Choice recognizes those law firm partners around the world who stand apart for excellent client care and quality service. The criteria for this recognition focus on an ability to add real value to clients’ businesses above and beyond the other players in the market.

Winners were announced Thursday, Feb. 14.

Mayo’s practice at Poyner Spruill focuses in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation. She has extensive experience working with governmental, nonprofit, and for-profit employers on all aspects of qualified and non-qualified plans, welfare benefit plans, fringe benefit plans, and executive compensation plans. She routinely represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor in matters involving employee benefits.


Poyner Spruill LLP is a full-service law firm that provides comprehensive business counsel and litigation services to clients ranging from small family-owned companies to publicly traded corporations. One of North Carolina’s largest law firms, Poyner Spruill has a reputation for professional excellence in client service. Poyner Spruill has offices in Charlotte, Raleigh, Rocky Mount and Southern Pines. For more information, visit www.poynerspruill.com.

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