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RALEIGH, NC– Samuel D. Fleder has joined the law firm of Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers, L.L.P. Mr. Fleder is a member of the firm’s Creditors Rights practice group, concentrating his practice in the areas of construction litigation, commercial litigation, foreclosure, and creditor bankruptcy.
Mr. Fleder, an Eagle Scout originally from New Jersey, earned his joint J.D. (cum laude) – M.B.A. (suma cum laude) from Campbell University School of Law in 2009, and his B.A from Duke University in 2004. While in law school, he served as Membership Editor of the Campbell Law Review, and as an elected representative to the Campbell Law Student Bar Association for three years, serving as student body president in his third year.
Prior to law school, Mr. Fleder worked for two years with an entrepreneurial, internet marketing company in New Jersey as Vice President of Media and Marketing. Mr. Fleder brings his significant business experience and education to a practice at Smith Debnam that will encompass all phases of the construction industry, including lien and bond law, contract law, construction defect and delay claims, contract review and negotiation, as well as defense of creditor’s rights in general commercial litigation, foreclosure, and bankruptcy matters.
Smith Debnam is a midsize North and South Carolina law firm with its main office in Raleigh, NC. The firm’s practice includes Corporate and Business Law, Business Litigation, Commercial Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Foreclosures, Creditor Representation, Collections, Commercial & Residential Real Estate, Construction Law, Employment Law, Equipment Leasing & Finance, Family Law, Estate Planning & Administration, Immigration Law, and Professional Negligence.