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Whittaker and Bloomfield’s Article “What to Expect From The FDIC’s New Chief” Published in Law360
Law360, (July 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Council Kristina Whittaker and Member Neil Bloomfield’s article titled “What to Expect From The FDIC’s New Chief” was published in Law360 on July 9.


Bloomfield and Kenley's Article Published in Law360
Law360, (June 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield and Associate Kristen Kenley's article titled “Moving From The Duplicative Fines Of The Financial Crisis” was published in Law360 on June 26.


Myrick and Bloomfield Successful in NC Supreme Court Ruling
(June 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Members Tom Myrick and Neil Bloomfield obtained a 6-1 ruling from the North Carolina Supreme Court in favor of our client. 


Bloomfield and Mitchell Discuss Transitioning Away from LIBOR in Corporate Compliance Insights
(May 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield and Associate Elena Mitchell were published in Corporate Compliance Insights on May 4.


MVA Attorneys Present at South Carolina Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting
(November 2017)

Charlotte Financial Services Member Rob Kenny and Counsel Zack King, and Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield participated in a panel discussion at the South Carolina Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Annual Meeting on November 7 in Columbia, South Carolina.


MVA Attorneys Attend The Clearing House Annual Conference
(November 2017)

Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Team members Ed O’Keefe and Tom Pennington, joined by Neil Bloomfield, Josh Lanning and Brian Soja attended The Clearing House (TCH)’s Annual Conference in New York City, November 6-8, 2017. MVA served as a Gold Partner for the conference, sponsoring the Annual Chairman’s Reception.


Lincoln and Bloomfield Featured on NCBA’s Litigation Section Blog
(October 2017)

Charlotte Litigation Counsel Matt Lincoln and Member Neil Bloomfield were recently featured on the NCBA’s Litigation Section Blog. Lincoln’s article titled, “Pro Se Responsive Pleading By Corporation/LLC Insufficient To Avoid Default,” discusses the North Carolina statute N.C.G.S. Section 84-5 which prohibits corporations and limited liability companies from practicing law in North Carolina. Bloomfield’s article analyzes Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. v. Haeger and provides a summary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision which clarified that even a district court’s exercise of broad discretion to impose a civil sanction for a litigant’s bad faith conduct has to be limited by a causal link.


Bloomfield and Mathis Published in Today’s General Counsel
(August 2016)

Bloomfield Addresses GC Privilege Obstacle
Law360, (August 2014)

Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield was quoted in Law360's article addressing attorney-client privilege.


Members Quoted in Foreign Trusts Article
North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, (March 2013)

Charlotte Litigation Members Tom Myrick and Neil Bloomfield were quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article.


Litigation Attorneys Co-Author Article for NYU Law Review Publication
(October 2012)

Four of MVA's Litigation Attorneys have co-authored an article for New York University's Annual Survey of American Law.


Bloomfield Quoted in Law360 Article
(September 2012)

Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield was recently quoted in an article on Law360.com.


Moore & Van Allen Announces New Members
(January 2012)

MVA's Management Committee has announced the election of Litigation attorney Neil Bloomfield, Financial Services attorney Tripp Monroe, and Bankruptcy attorney Caroline Yingling as the Firm’s newest members.


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