Former managing partner Bo McDonald elected to North Carolina Bar Association's General Practice Hall of Fame.
David Coats and Robert Merritt become Co-Managing Partners of the firm.
Ruffin Bailey officially retires from active law practice.
Ruffin Bailey awarded Joseph Branch Professionalism Award by Wake County Bar Association.
Wright Dixon officially retires from active law practice.
Wright Dixon awarded Joseph Branch Professionalism Award by Wake County Bar Association.
Ruffin Bailey and Wright Dixon oversee their firm's final move to the Two Hannover Square building in downtown Raleigh during October of that year.
Ruffin Bailey files for a State Senate seat in January and later serves four terms in the North Carolina General Assembly from 1965 to 1973.
Dixon’s commitment to professional service is highlighted in his terms as President of both the Wake County Bar and North Carolina State Bar in the 1960s. Soon after, the profession honored him with the Wake County Bar's Joseph Branch Professionalism…
In the 1960s, Wright Dixon demonstrates his litigation prowess in a key case establishing that a baseball league has a duty to use due care in protecting baseball umpires against attacks by frenzied fans.