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Bridget Grant quoted in CBJ article
CBJ, (July 2019)

Charlotte Land Use and Development Consultant Bridget Grant was quoted in the CBJ article titled, “RENDERINGS: How this Charlotte developer gained neighborhood support for project at prime site in Elizabeth” which was published on July 16.

Caitlin Horne named to ABA’s class of Trust and Estate Fellows
(July 10, 2019)

The American Bar Association has named Charlotte Estate & Wealth Planning Associate Caitlin Horne to its 2019-2021 class of Trust and Estate Fellows. Caitlin is one of just five attorneys nationally selected as a member of the new Trust and Estate Fellows class.

Data Points Blog: US Data Breach and Privacy 2019 Legislative Recap
(July 2019)

Charlotte Privacy and Data Security Counsel Tandy Mathis published a blog post on July 1 titled, “US Data Breach and Privacy 2019 Legislative Recap.”

Mitchell, Meeks, Bloomfield article published by ABA Banking Journal
ABA Banking Journal, (July 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Members Neil Bloomfield and Barbara Meeks, and Associate Elena Mitchell’s article titled, “Parting the Waters of Uncertainty for Private Flood Insurance,” was published by the ABA Banking Journal on July 1.

Moore & Van Allen Member Cabell Clay selected as 2019 ABA Top 40 Young Lawyer
(June 2019)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that Charlotte Litigation and Employment & Labor Member M. Cabell Clay has been selected as a 2019 American Bar Association (ABA) On the Rise – Top 40 Young Lawyer. The award program provides national recognition for ABA young lawyer members who exemplify a range of high achievement, innovation, vision, leadership, and legal and community service. Winners will be formally honored at the ABA Young Lawyers Division Awards Breakfast in August, and will also receive recognition in ABA print publications, online and via social media.

U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down state taxation of foreign trust income
(June 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Members Tom Myrick and Neil Bloomfield argued and won at every level of the North Carolina judicial system over the last eight years establishing that North Carolina’s taxation of the Kimberley Rice Kaestner 1992 Family Trust, a New York based trust, violated the Due Process Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

MVA advises Off Campus Partners during acquisition
(June 2019)

Moore & Van Allen’s client Off Campus Partners, LLC was acquired by CoStar Realty Finance, Inc. on June 12. The primary corporate attorneys representing Off Campus Partners on this matter were Member Carolyn Meade and Associates Charise Patterson and Ethan Clark. The specialists representing Off Campus Partners on this matter were Taxation Member Rachel Coyne and Counsel Randy Clark; Intellectual Property Associate Tucker McKinley; Employee Benefits and Compensation Counsel Janet Higley; Employment and Labor Member Paul Peralta and Associate Jared Nobles. CoStar was represented by Weil, Gotshal and Manges, LLP.

MVA advises Marquee Brands during recent acquisition of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
(June 2019)

Moore & Van Allen’s client Marquee Brands LLC completed the acquisition of the Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse brands from Sequential Brands Group, Inc. on June 10, 2019. The Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse brands and will be added to the portfolio of consumer brands under the stewardship of Marquee Brands, including BCBG, Dakine and Bruno Magli, among others.

MVA counsel to Senior Management of Rotating Machinery Services, Inc. during acquisition
(June 2019)

Moore & Van Allen served as counsel to senior management of Rotating Machinery Services, Inc. ("RMS"), a portfolio company of Incline Equity Partners ("Incline"), during the recent acquisition by Cortec Group, Inc. ("Cortec") which was finalized on June 10.

Lathrop’s MVA Litigation Blog Post
(June 2019)

Charlotte Litigation and Transportation Member Tony Lathrop’s blog post titled, “U.S. Supreme Court Said “No” to Class Arbitration in Employment-Related Data Breach Dispute Because Arbitration Agreement Ambiguous on Class Procedures” was published on June 12.

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