About Thressea Boyd

Authored 18 articles.


  • University of Georgia Offers Accelerated JD and MBA Program 

    Features, July 20, 2016

    To help meet the growing demand for lawyers with business acumen, the University of Georgia now provides an opportunity for students to graduate with both a law degree (JD) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in only three years.

  • Oliver Maner Attorney Kelin Murphy Discusses Importance of Estate Planning

    Features, June 16, 2016

    Estate planning is an essential part of an individual’s asset management plan; however, it is estimated that more that more than 55 percent of Americans do not have a will or estate plan in place. Kelin Murphy, an associate with Oliver Maner LLP, explains that once you have a will or estate plan a periodic review is essential.

  • Gaining Financial Confidence is the Focus of SunTrust’s onUp Movement

    Features, May 19, 2016

    SunTrust Bank has started a movement to help people make better financial decisions. In February, while millions watched Super Bowl 50, SunTrust launched its Onward and Upward—or onUp—campaign with a 30-second ad titled “Hold Your Breath.” The ad was a reminder that worrying about money can create stress and cause a person to miss the everyday joys of life.

  • Oliver Maner Attorney Blake Greco Provides Insight on Attempts to Reduce Rising Cost of Health Care

    Features, May 03, 2016

    The rising cost of health care and of federally-funded health care programs continue to emerge as a major topic of discussion. The discussion is often focused on how to reduce the significant cost of health care while also attempting to preserve the quality of patient care. According to Blake L. Greco, an associate with Oliver Maner LLP, the two issues that have the biggest impact in the health law field include alternative payment methods and the continued enforcement efforts related to fraud and abuse.

  • Center of Innovation for Manufacturing: Developing Partnerships to Grow Georgia’s Industries

    Features, April 27, 2016

    In an increasingly competitive global environment, Georgia’s manufacturing industry is using cutting-edge technology to develop new products for commercialization and increase the number of manufacturing-related jobs throughout the state. The Center of Innovation for Manufacturing, a program of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, is using university-led research to help the manufacturing industry throughout Georgia develop new products and processes.

  • Renasant Bank Hosting Annual Rincon Shred-A-Thon Event on April 9th

    Features, April 06, 2016

    More than 15 million U.S. residents are victims of identity theft each year, with an estimated cost of financial losses totaling more than $50 billion. Protecting personal identification is a growing concern among consumers and businesses. To reduce the risk of identity theft, Renasant Bank will host the annual community Shred-A-Thon event on Saturday, April 9th.

  • Oliver Maner Attorneys Named to list of 2016 Georgia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

    Features, March 18, 2016

    The Super Lawyers magazine has named thirteen attorneys with Oliver Maner LLP among the 2016 Georgia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars.

  • Georgia’s Aerospace Industry Reaching New Heights

    Features, March 08, 2016

    The Centers of Innovation, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, is focused on helping industries and small businesses connect, compete, and grow globally. This is the first in a series of articles focused on the Georgia Department of Economic Development Centers of Innovation, which has six centers located throughout the state: Aerospace, Agribusiness, Energy Technology, Information Technology, Logistics, and Manufacturing.

  • UGA Law Students Gain Valuable Work Experience in the Atlanta Market

    Features, January 25, 2016

    Students at the University of Georgia School of Law can now earn full-time professional experience in the Atlanta market while continuing to work toward a degree from the state’s flagship institution. The Georgia Law Atlanta campus is located at the Terry College of Business Executive Education Center, across from the Lenox Square Mall in Buckhead.

  • Growth Year for HunterMaclean

    Features, January 07, 2016

    Here at Savannah CEO, we noticed a number of awards, events, and attorney announcements from local law firm HunterMaclean in 2015, particularly as the year wrapped up. Fresh from our holiday break, we caught up with managing partner Frank Macgill to find out more.

  • Newnan-Coweta Chamber Recognized as National “Chamber of the Year’

    News, November 11, 2015

  • Blanchard Forum Focused on Changing Leadership Culture

    Features, August 27, 2015

    More than 1,200 people packed the Columbus Convention & Trade Center for the 10thannual Jim Blanchard Leadership Forum Aug. 24-25. Hosted by the Leadership Institute at Columbus State University, this year’s forum featured an acclaimed group of best-selling authors, leadership experts, and a social entrepreneur.

  • Savannah Logistics Lunch Presents Regional Focus on Growing Trade in Perishables

    Features, August 11, 2015

    Georgia’s Center of Innovation for Logistics and HunterMaclean Attorneys will host the inaugural Savannah Logistic Lunch on Aug. 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Savannah Airport. The lunch presentation will feature a panel discussion focused on growth opportunities of cold chain and perishable sectors in the Coastal Georgia region, as well as a transportation update from Jay Roberts, Governor Deal’s recently appointed planning director at the Georgia Department of Transportation.

  • Guardian Pharmacy Impacting Long-Term Care in Georgia

    News, June 25, 2015

  • Georgia Credit Unions Affiliates Host Business Leaders from Dominican Republic

    News, June 22, 2015

  • Savannah Country Day's Mary Beth Fry on Navigating the Complex Process of College-Admissions

    Features, June 16, 2015

    Recognized for its academic excellence and college preparatory curriculum, the Savannah County Day School is dedicated to ensuring that each student graduates and is prepared to enter college. Mary Beth Fry, Director of College Counseling at Savannah County Day School, shares information to students and parents on how to navigate the complex college admissions process.

  • Summer Brings Increase in Job Opportunities in Savannah

    Features, May 27, 2015

    May is a booming month for job seekers, as recent college graduates begin searching for full-time positions, plus teenagers looking for summer jobs. According to Julie Bruce, Sales Manager with SavannahJobs.com, there has been an increase recently in job postings in the Savannah area.

  • Georgia GROW Green Promotes International Trade Development

    News, May 12, 2015