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- Heather Brantley Adams (Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate)
- Kevin G. Anderson Esq., CCEP (Divisional Vice President, Compliance and Records Management)
- Jonathan Edward Broz (Vice President, Assistant General Counsel and Assistant Secretary)
- Linde H. Carley (Senior Counsel, Real Estate)
- Clarence J. Childers (Senior Corporate Litigation Counsel)
- Charles Daniel Collins (Counsel)
- Brian Edward Crain (Counsel)
- Dana Hay (Counsel)
- Reginald Christopher Johnson (Division Counsel)
- Jose Manuel Luis (Senior Counsel, Real Estate)
- Beth Rephann MacDonald (Assistant General Counsel)
- Marc A. Metcalf (Litigation Counsel)
- Victoria Aiken Mills (Counsel)
- Thomas Edward Schoenheit (Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate)
- James C. Snyder Jr. (Senior Vice President - General Counsel & Secretary)
- Lindsay Peed Thompson (Senior Employment Litigation Counsel)
- Russell Vaughn Traw (Senior Counsel, Real Estate)
- Rebekah Hughes Unger (Senior Counsel, Real Estate)
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