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News Releases

Traci Belk Joins CTK Real Estate Practice Area

03/2015 Traci Y. Belk has joined the Charlotte law firm of Conrad, Trosch & Kemmy, P.A., where she will focus on real estate law. She was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas and moved to the Charlotte area in 1993. Prior to joining Conrad Trosch & Kemmy, Ms. Belk worked with David Weekley Homes in Charlotte. (Read more)

Casey Ferri Licensed to Practice in South Carolina

12/2014 Casey N. Ferri, an associate at the firm, is now licensed to practice law in South Carolina, in addition to North Carolina. Casey joined Conrad Trosch & Kemmy in May 2014, and focuses her practice on Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Estate Administration. (Read more)

Legal Aid Honors CTK with Service Award

10/2014  Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) recognized Conrad Trosch & Kemmy (CTK) for the firm’s commitment to serving low-income families, individuals and children with pro bono legal work by presenting CTK with the Outstanding Firm Service Award in ceremonies held in mid September. (Read more)

CTK Awarded Outstanding Firm Service Award

09/2014  Charlotte firm Conrad, Trosch & Kemmy, P.A. was honored at a joint nonprofit awards night September 16 in Charlotte to recognize pro bono attorneys and advocates for their generous work for those in need in the past year (Read more)

Casey Ferri Joins CTK Estate Planning Practice Area

5/2014 Casey N. Ferri has joined the Charlotte law firm of Conrad Trosch & Kemmy, P.A., where she will focus on estate planning, probate, and elder law. She was born and raised in South Carolina and moved back to Charlotte to be closer to family after attending law school in Florida. Prior to joining Conrad Trosch & Kemmy, Ms. Ferri ran her own solo practice in Matthews, NC. (Read more)

Eric C. Trosch Named a Super Lawyers Rising Star

02/2014 Eric Trosch, a partner in the law firm of Conrad, Trosch & Kemmy, for the third consecutive year has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star. (Read more)

Super Lawyers Names Eric Trosch Rising Star Again

04/2013  Eric Trosch, a partner in the law firm of Conrad, Trosch & Kemmy, PA, has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star for the second consecutive year. Trosch is a specialist in family law, certified by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. (Read more)

Minette Trosch Awarded Order of Long Leaf Pine

12/2012 Family law attorney Minette Conrad Trosch has been awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, the most prestigious civil award awarded by the Governor, for lifetime service to Charlotte – Mecklenburg and to the State. (Read more)

Minette Trosch Selected by The Mecklenburg Times as One of the Top 50 Most Influential Women of 2012

05/2012  The Mecklenburg Times selected Minette Trosch as one of the Top 50 Most Influential Women of 2012. According to the publisher, the 50 Charlotte area women chosen for this honor “exemplify the traits required to be outstanding leaders in their chosen fields.” (Read more)

Eric Trosch named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2012

02/2012  Eric Trosch, a partner in the law firm of Conrad, Trosch & Kemmy, has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star. Trosch is a specialist in family law, certified by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. (Read more)

In the News

12/2012  “Area sports cheating cases drag secretive NCAA into spotlight,” Los Angeles Times. “The basic tenet of our American judicial system is, everyone is innocent until proven guilty,” said Bill Trosch, the attorney for Muhammad’s family (Read more)

11/2012  “Lawyer for N.C. man who arranged H.S. star’s recruiting trip hopes NCAA clears player,” Charlotte Observer. Nov 14. Bill Trosch, a Charlotte lawyer, represents (Read more)

11/2012  “Lawyer for N.C. man who arranged H.S. star’s recruiting trip hopes NCAA clears player,” News Observer, Nov 16. Trosch, Lincoln’s lawyer, said on Wednesday that (Read more)

11/2012  “Lawyer Overhears Conversation About NCAA Probe of Hoops Star and Reveals Her Concerns,” American Bar Association. A lawyer for Muhammad’s family, Bill Trosch told (Read more)

11/2012  “Shabazz Muhammad attorneys call for NCAA to drop case after overheard conversation surfaces,” Sports Illustrated. Bill Trosch, the attorney representing the Muhammad family said (Read more)

08/2012.  “Eligibility Questions Continue to Surround Shabazz Muhammad,” USA Today. Reached by phone Wednesday by USA TODAY Sports, Lincoln politely referred comment to his attorney, Bill Trosch, who said (Read more)

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