Grimes Teich Anderson Attorneys Selected To South Carolina Super Lawyers®

Grimes Teich Anderson LLP is happy to announce that attorneys Scott M. Anderson and Jeffrey M. Martin have been selected to the South Carolina Super Lawyers® list for 2021.  Scott is listed for Personal Injury Law, and Jeff is listed in Rising Stars®, for Workers’ Compensation Law.  Scott was also recently selected to North Carolina Super Lawyers for Personal Injury.

Super Lawyers is an annual rating of outstanding lawyers from across the nation. Peer nominations and evaluations, along with 3-party independent research, are used in the selection process. No more than 5 percent of attorneys in the state are selected for Super Lawyers. No more than 2.5 percent are selected for Rising Stars. To be eligible for Rising Stars, an attorney must be 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.

Scott, the managing partner of Grimes Teich Anderson, and Jeff, a partner in the firm, represent clients who have suffered serious injury and death because of the negligence of others. Grimes Teich Anderson is a North Carolina and South Carolina Injury & Disability Law Firm with primary offices in Asheville and Greenville.

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Elizabeth Thueme Joins Bull & Reinhardt

Bull & Reinhardt is pleased to welcome attorney Elizabeth Thueme to the firm. Elizabeth has joined the firm to focus primarily on family law and estate administration and planning.

Elizabeth is the eldest of four children in a military family. Elizabeth received her degree from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in 2012 and was first admitted to the bar in 2017 after graduating from Campbell Law School.

When not on the range or spending time with her family, Elizabeth can be spotted gardening, posting pictures of her fur babies, hiking, or traveling. Elizabeth is accepting cases from Buncombe, McDowell, Mitchell, and Yancey counties.

Attorney Gracie K. Paulson joins Roberts & Stevens Law Firm

Roberts & Stevens is pleased to announce that attorney Gracie K. Paulson has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Paulson works with Roberts & Stevens focusing on property law; her clients include both buyers and sellers in commercial and residential transactions. Having previously practiced law in Georgia for nearly five years, Gracie initially joined the firm in 2019 as a real estate closing paralegal while working to obtain her North Carolina bar license.

Paulson graduated summa cum laude from Georgia College in 2010 with a BBA in Marketing. After graduating cum laude from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law in 2014, Paulson had the honor of clerking for Judge Verda M. Colvin in Bibb County Superior Court, where she put to use her J.D. in advanced legal writing, research and drafting and gained experience in a variety of practice areas, both civil and criminal.

Paulson then joined private practice with a small firm in her hometown of Milledgeville, Georgia, where she focused on residential real estate law. While in Georgia, Paulson worked closely with buyers, sellers, real estate agents, and lenders in all aspects of real estate transactions, from contract review to closing, conducting an average of 15 residential closings per week.

Paulson came to know and love the culture and beauty of Western North Carolina through her husband, who is an Asheville native, and she is thrilled to finally call the area home.

Paulson joins a team of professionals with decades of experience in her chosen focus areas of real estate, development, land trusts, conservation, homeowners’ association, land use and zoning law. No matter the complexity, Roberts & Stevens delivers outstanding service and conscientious legal work performed by experienced and well-prepared lawyers who put their clients’ interests first. 

Roberts & Stevens is one of the largest law firms in Western North Carolina and serves clients across the state in a wide variety of industries, ranging from large corporations and governmental entities to family-owned companies, small businesses, and individuals. To learn more, visit 

Former White Collar/Fraud AUSA Daniel Bradley Opens Asheville Office for Spengler Agans Bradley PLLC

On April 5, 2021, Daniel Bradley, formerly an AUSA in the White Collar/Fraud Section of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina, combined with Charlotte-based law practice Spengler & Agans to form a new WNC firm, Spengler Agans Bradley PLLC. Dan, a member of the Buncombe County Bar, will be opening an Asheville office for the firm, and his practice will focus on civil litigation, government and internal investigations, and privacy and data security.

Dan is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Indiana University. Prior to joining the United States Attorney’s Office here in Asheville, Dan worked as a litigator in the Chicago office of the international law firm Jones Day, where he represented financial industry clients in SEC enforcement proceedings and federal-court litigation, as well as energy industry clients in administrative and federal-court litigation. Before that, Dan completed two federal clerkships: one for a judge with the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and one for a judge with the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.

To learn more about Dan’s practice, or about Spengler Agans Bradley PLLC, please visit the firm’s website: