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MVA White Collar Defense, Investigations, and Regulatory Advice Blog: Latest DOJ Spoofing Settlement
(December 23, 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Member Jim McLoughlin‘s MVA White Collar Defense, Investigations, and Regulatory Advice Blog article titled, “Latest DOJ Spoofing Settlement” was published on December 23.

Paul Arena presented for Pinnacle Bank
(December 2019)

?On November 21, Charlotte Real Estate Counsel Paul Arena gave a presentation at Pinnacle Bank's corporate headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee about reverse tax-deferred exchanges under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Tom Myrick quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly
(December 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tom Myrick was quoted in the North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article “Corporation can pursue False Claims Act suit” which was published December 12.

MVA advises George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers
South Carolina Lawyers Weekly, (December 2019)

A trademark lawsuit involving MVA’s client George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, the well-known personal injury law firm founded by George Sink, Sr., was recently covered by South Carolina Lawyers Weekly. The article discusses how MVA attorneys were successful in securing injunctive relief from the federal court in Charleston, SC against George Sink, Sr.’s son, George Sink, Jr. George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers is represented by Charleston Corporate Member Trudy Robertson, and Charlotte Intellectual Property Members Mark Wilson and Kate Cole.

Amanda Franklin quoted in TechTarget
TechTarget, (December 2019)

Charlotte Immigration Associate Amanda Franklin was quoted in the TechTarget article titled, “H-1B lottery change may drive increase in visa applicants.”

Luis Lluberas announced as general counsel for Charlotte Regional Business Alliance
Charlotte Business Journal, (December 2019)

Charlotte Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring Member Luis Lluberas’ role as general counsel for the Charlotte Regional Business Alliance was highlighted in the Charlotte Business Journal’s article “Charlotte Regional Business Alliance CEO talks agenda for upcoming year” which was published December 4.

Cabell Clay and Sarah Negus’s article published in Westlaw
Westlaw, (December 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Member Cabell Clay and Associate Sarah Negus’s article titled, “The status of gender identity and sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace” was published by Westlaw on December 3.

Kimberly Zirkle finalist for Am Law Best Mentor-Law Firm Award
(December 2019)

Charlotte Financial Services Member Kimberly Zirkle was selected as a finalist for the Am Law Best Mentor-Law Firm award for the American Lawyer Industry Awards. These awards honored outstanding achievements in the legal profession focusing at the national level. The American Lawyer celebrated the profession’s finest and the magazine’s 40th anniversary at the second annual American Lawyer Industry Awards in New York City on December 4.

Amy Johnson profiled in Corporate Counsel Women, Influence & Power in Law 2019
(December 2019)

Financial Services Member Amy Johnson was profiled in Corporate Counsel Women, Influence & Power in Law 2019. The special report honors women who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing the empowerment of women in law.

Tandy Mathis selected as an IAPP Young Privacy Professional
(November 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Counsel Tandy Mathis has been selected as a new IAPP Young Privacy Professional volunteer for 2020. The Young Privacy Professionals (YPPs) work with their local KnowledgeNet Chapter co-chairs to plan networking activities. YPPs are expected to organize at least two networking activities per year and assist local KnowledgeNet Chapter chairs with networking activities. One or two YPPs are accepted per chapter and serve a one-year term.

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