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Buckley Beal Attorney Thomas Mew Promoted to Partner
Buckley Beal Attorney Thomas Mew Promoted to Partner

ATLANTA (April 9, 2019) – Buckley Beal, one of Atlanta’s leading employment and business litigation law firms, recently named Thomas (Tom) Mew as the firm’s newest partner. He will be joining Buckley Beal’s five other partners, Ed Buckley, Drew Beal, Brian Sutherland, ...

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