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Hutchens Law Firm Attorneys Receive Honors

Hutch Hutchens

Hutch Hutchens

Terry Hutchens

Terry Hutchens

Bill Senter

Bill Senter

Hutchens Law Firm has announced several honors that have been awarded to the firm’s attorneys recently.

Hilton T. Hutchens, Jr., a partner in the firm’s Fayetteville, North Carolina, office, has been elected to the Business North Carolina magazine’s Legal Elite. Recipients of this honor are voted on by their peers in the state, and less than 3 percent of the 20,000 attorneys in North Carolina receive this honor.

Hutchens Law Firm and its attorneys ranked in the 2016 Edition of U.S. New World Report and Best Lawyers’ “Best Law Firms.” Attorneys recognized were Managing Partner H. Terry Hutchens (Banking and Finance Law), Partner Joseph J. Vonnegut (Bankruptcy and Creditor Debt Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law), Partner William L. Senter (Workers’ Compensation Law), Associate Attorney Maggie Senter Bennington (Workers’ Compensation Law). Overall, the firm ranked as Metropolitan Tier 1, Raleigh—Workers’ Compensation Law—Claimants.

John Renger

John Renger

Maggie Bennington

Maggie Bennington

Joe Vonnegut

Joe Vonnegut

The firm announced that John F. Renger III has joined the Charlotte office. Renger has been practicing law since 1998 and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Hutchens Law Firm is based in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and also has offices in Wilmington and Charlotte, North Carolina, as well as Columbia, South Carolina. While the firm offers client representation in many areas of law, the issues handled as part of the firm's creditors' rights services include loss mitigation, foreclosure, eviction, consumer litigation, bankruptcy, and REO.

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