Moore & Van Allen Welcomes Gregory Dodge as Corporate Attorney
Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce the arrival of Gregory A. Dodge as a member of the firm’s Corporate group, based in the Charlotte office. He previously was an attorney with McGuireWoods.
“Greg is a very talented and highly regarded corporate attorney, particularly in the area of private investment fund formation, and we are thrilled to add him to Moore & Van Allen’s team,” said Joseph (“Joe”) A. Fernandez, MVA’s co-head of Corporate. “Greg’s diverse experience will be a great asset to our clients.”
Greg focuses his practice on private investment fund formation matters, including structuring and fundraising, for clients including U.S. and non-U.S. sponsors. In addition, his practice involves advising sponsors on regulatory and compliance, structuring, and day-today operational issues. He also advises institutional investors concerning investments in private funds, co-investments, and secondary transactions.
Previously, Greg practiced at two international law firms and served as General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at a life sciences private investment manager with more than $2.5 billion in assets under management.
Greg received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and his Bachelor of Science from Wake Forest University.
MVA’s Corporate Governance & Shareholder Relations team includes transactional lawyers and litigators who advise public and private companies, senior management, boards of directors, and board committees on a full range of corporate governance and compliance matters. The attorneys help create and restructure entities and provide complete assistance for governance needed to support successful transactions. The group advises and litigates matters involving the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Dodd-Frank Act, the Securities Act of 1933, the corporate governance rules of the NYSE and NASDAQ, and other applicable state and federal laws.
*Licensed in Massachusetts. Practicing in North Carolina pursuant to Rule 5.5 (e) of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct.