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Ed O’Keefe to serve as panelist for SIFMA’s C&L Virtual Forum
(September 2020)

MVA Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Member Ed O’Keefe will serve as a panelist for the upcoming SIFMA C&L Virtual Forum. Ed will join four other panelists for the on-demand session titled, “Leveraging Technology in Compliance & Legal, and the Challenges of Digital Services” on September 23.


MVA Hosts 19th Annual Service Awards Presentation
(September 2020)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC celebrated its longstanding commitment to public service by hosting the 19th annual Sally and Bill Van Allen Public Service Award presentation virtually on September 9. The annual event recognized the achievements of firm employees and community partners who make significant service contributions.


Todd Taylor serving as speaker for the upcoming NCBA Privacy and Data Security Section CLE
(September 2020)

MVA Co-Head of the Privacy & Data Security Group, Todd Taylor has been invited to serve as a speaker for the “This Year in Privacy: NCBA Privacy and Data Security Section” CLE which will take place on September 17.


Zach Smith guest speaker for ABI podcast
(June 2020)

Charlotte Bankruptcy & Restructuring Member and Team Leader Zach Smith was invited as a guest speaker for the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) podcast, “Examining Supreme Court Decision on Puerto Rico Oversight and Management Board - Ep. 238” which aired on June 15.


Caitlin Horne serves as speaker for 32nd Annual RPTE National Conference
(May 2020)

Charlotte Estate & Wealth Planning Associate Caitlin Horne presented at the ABA 32nd Annual RPTE National CLE Conference, The Virtual Experience 2020 on May 14. Horne joined the virtual panel discussion for the topic “Tax Planning for Closely-Held Business Interests Before a Liquidity Event.” This presentation discussed a range of tax planning strategies to raise with clients before a sale or IPO of a closely-held business.


Clay serves as moderator for American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Spring Conference
(May 2020)

Charlotte Litigation Member Cabell Clay served as a moderator as part of the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Spring Conference in Washington, D.C. on May 2. Clay moderated the panel titled: “Effecting Change Behind the Scenes: Insight into the role of a Hill Staffer.” During the Panel, four Capitol Hill Staffers provided insights into their daily activities, engagements with other members of Congress, policy-setting powers, and use of their legal training in their roles.


Karin McGinnis served as a guest speaker for IAPP Charlotte KnowledgeNet Chapter program
(April 2020)

Charlotte Privacy and Data Security Member Karin McGinnis served as a guest speaker for the IAPP Charlotte KnowledgeNet Chapter program titled, "COVID-19: Employment Privacy and Security Issues" on April 1.


Karin McGinnis will serve as panelist for WSJ Pro Cybersecurity Symposium
(March 2020)

Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Member Karin McGinnis will serve as a panelist for the WSJ Pro Cybersecurity Symposium which will take place March 9 in Charlotte, NC.


Valecia McDowell and Ed O’Keefe serve as panelists for 2020 SIFMA C&L Annual Seminar
(February 27, 2020)

​Charlotte White Collar, Regulatory Defense and Investigations Member Valecia McDowell and Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Member Ed O'Keefe will both serve as speakers at the SIFMA C&L Annual Seminar which takes place March 15-18 in Orlando, FL. McDowell will serve as a panelist for the session titled "Litigating with Current Employees: Risks, Strategies and Best Practices." O'Keefe joins as a panelist for the session titled "Digital Services Platforms: Compliance & Legal Challenges."


MVA hosted Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Program
(February 2020)

MVA hosted the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) program on February 13 titled, "Mischief Managed: Best Practices in Developing a Crisis Response Program". Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Members Karin McGinnis and Todd Taylor joined other legal and industry experts to present the best practices in both (a) the development of a cyber/data security crisis response program, and (b) implementing that program when faced with a cyber/data security incident. This event discussed the processes to be followed when conducting a digital forensics investigation in the wake of a cybersecurity incident and explored what constitutes a "crisis", how to develop a cyber/data security crisis response program and carry it out under pressure.

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