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MVA Attorneys to Present at Western North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar
(May 2018)

The Mecklenburg County Bar is hosting its annual Western North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar on May 4. MVA Attorneys Jay Bilas, Ben Hawfield, Ed O’Keefe and Britt Ricks will be presenting.


Bilas to Deliver UNC Law School Commencement Address  
(April 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Counsel and ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas will deliver the 2018 Commencement address for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law. The Commencement ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 12 in Carmichael Arena.


MVA Sponsoring Sustain Charlotte's 2018 Charlotte Sustainability Awards
(April 2018)

MVA is proud to sponsor Sustain Charlotte's 2018 Charlotte Sustainability Awards for the third year in a row on Wednesday, April 25.


Lathrop to Serve as Panelist at the Centralina Council of Governments' Regional Conference
(April 2018)

Litigation Member Tony Lathrop will serve as a panelist at the Centralina Council of Governments' Regional Conference on Thursday, April 12. Lathrop serves on the North Carolina Board of Transportation and will be accompanied by representatives from USDOT and the North Carolina General Assembly to discuss how our transportation infrastructure system helps the region remain globally competitive.


Eades and Pope to Present at 44th Annual SBLI Seminar
(March 2018)

Charlotte Bankruptcy Members David Eades and Luis Lluberas will be participating in two panel discussions at the Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute's (SBLI) 44th Annual Seminar on March 22-23 in Atlanta, GA.


Bloomfield and O’Keefe to Participate in Panel Discussion at 2018 UNC Banking Institute
(March 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Members Neil Bloomfield and Ed O’Keefe will be participating on a panel at the 2018 UNC Banking Institute on March 21.  The discussion titled, “LIBOR and the Potential Replacement Reference Rates: Where Do We Go from Here?,” will focus on the issues that developed with LIBOR and other reference rates and issues that still persist. 


O’Keefe to Present at 2018 Financial Markets Association Conference
(March 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Member Ed O’Keefe will be presenting at the 2018 Financial Markets Association Conference on April 18. His presentation will discuss key legislative and regulatory initiatives affecting financial services companies, the rulemaking agenda for the SEC and the CFTC, and regulatory burden relief initiatives undertaken by the banking agencies to date.


"Keeping Pace: Recent Developments in Class Actions," UNC Festival of Legal Learning
(February 10, 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop presented at the 2018 UNC School of Law’s Festival of Legal Learning on February 10. Lathrop's presentation titled, " Keeping Pace: Recent Developments in Class Actions," discussed the rapid transformation of class action jurisprudence at both the state and federal levels.


Panel Discussion: "Public Transit and Urban Prosperity: What's Next?"
(November 16, 2017)

Charlotte Litigation Member and NCDOT At-Large Board Member Tony Lathrop participated in TransitCenter and Sustain Charlotte’s panel discussion titled, “Public Transit and Urban Prosperity: What's Next?” on November 16 at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art.


Centralina Council of Governments Autonomous Vehicles Workshop
(October 25, 2017)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop presented at a Centralina Council of Governments Autonomous Vehicles workshop on October 25. Lathrop and other guest speakers discussed key steps the Charlotte region can take to prepare for and make the most of this game-changing technology by incorporating input from government, business, economic development and academia interests.

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