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Nelson Mullins’ Brian Galison Selected for
‘2017 Client Choice’ Award

ATLANTA (March 20, 2017)– Brian S. Galison, a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP's Atlanta office, has been selected to receive the Lexology 2017 Client Choice Award for Mergers & Acquisitions. Mr. Galison is one of only two attorneys in Georgia selected in that practice area.

Mr. Galison is a corporate attorney whose clients range from emerging companies to private and public middle-market companies focusing on construction, manufacturing, healthcare, defense, technology, and financial services industries, among others. His areas of focus include mergers & acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, securities, technology law, advertising law, and the defense industry.

The Client Choice Awards are based on surveys of senior corporate counsel subscribers to International Law Office and Lexology. Clients are asked to rate individual lawyers and law firms on several factors. Click here to read their full methodology.

International Law Office is an online resource for senior international corporate counsel that provides updates on global legal developments, a database of major deals and the legal advisers involved, and a directory of firms and partners. Lexology is a daily newsfeed of law firm client alerts, articles, and blogs delivered to the desktops of senior business lawyers.

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