Sunday Business: On the move

March 2, 2014 

Amy Bryan promoted to the chamber executive vice president

The Greater Columbus Georgia Chamber of Commerce has promoted Amy Bryan to executive vice president of Leadership & Community Development.

She began her career with the chamber in early 2008 as a manager of membership services. Since that time she has accepted more and more responsibility in several areas of the chamber's operation and has become a key leader of several programs, said Mike Gaymon, chamber president and chief executive officer.

Columbus attorneys land on Super Lawyers list

The 2014 issue of Super Lawyers magazine includes three Hatcher, Stubbs partners in the annual list of the top 5 percent of attorneys in Georgia.

Since 2005 and 2006, John Sheftall and Alan Rothschild have been recognized in the area of estate planning and probate, while Cal Martin has been recognized in the area of medical malpractice defense since 2007.

Columbus law firm Hatcher, Stubbs, Land, Hollis & Rothschild serves individual and business clients throughout southwest Georgia and east Alabama and is one of Georgia's oldest law firms, with its roots going back to 1872.

Promotions or new jobs, anyone?

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