CAPABILTY STATEMENT


At a Glance
DUNS: 112238860
Cage Code: 6US37
GSA Contract # GS23F011CA
NAICS: 541110 Offices of Lawyers
SIN: 520 6 Professional Legal Services
Certified Small Business
Veteran-Owned


Core Competencies

• Litigation
• Arbitration
• Mediation
• Intellectual Property, including patent
  searches & filings
• Record/title searches
• Real Estate, title, loan closings, foreclosures
• Administrative Hearings
• Transactional Matters

Firm Data
Attorneys - 4
North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegals - 3
Administrator - 1
Administrative Assistants - 2
Geographical Area: North Carolina – all Federal Courts

Contact Information
Richard W. Gabriel, Managing Partner
Email: rgabriel@gbwlaw.com

Ruthie Catlett-Harriman, Administrator
Email: rharriman@gbwlaw.com

Gabriel Berry Weston & Wells, L.L.P.
214 Commerce Place
Greensboro, NC 27401-2427
Voice: 336-275-9381
Fax: 336-275-7864
Website: www.gabrielberrywestonlaw.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



What Makes Us Unique?

We are recognized as one of the best law firms in the North Carolina by U.S. News & World Report, November 2014. Richard was recognized by Legal Leaders™ as a North Carolina Top Rated Lawyer of 2013.

We have an AV Rating with Martindale-Hubbell which sets us out as one of the preeminent law firms in the nation.

All attorneys use mobile technology to stay abreast of client matters.

Our Firm uses up-to-date technology for record searches, document production, legal research, asset location and evaluation, and communication with clients.

We maintain a select group of consultants and experts who are available to assist as needed in a variety of situations. In addition to litigation, we also handle transactional matters including business closings, document review, leases, licenses, asset discovery, title searches, contract drafting and review, research, and contract compliance, patents, and intellectually property

Richard, Doug and Jerry have served in the military.

Richard has considerable experience in cultural exchange affairs with lawyers, judges and other representatives of foreign counties, emphasizing alternative dispute resolution.