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Tony Lathrop article published by Westlaw
Westlaw, (July 2020)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop‘s article titled, “Pandemic Risk Insurance Act of 2020 introduced in Congress — a federal backstop for business interruption and event cancellation losses” was published by Westlaw on June 22.


Pandemic Risk Insurance Act of 2020 Introduced in Congress – A Federal Backstop for Business Interruption and Event Cancellation Losses

After months of discussion and drafting, H.R.7011, the Pandemic Risk Insurance Act of 2020 (PRIA) was introduced by Representative Carolyn Maloney and twenty co-sponsors on May 26, 2020. If passed as currently drafted, the Act would mandate that insurance companies offering business interruption insurance policies must cover losses incurred due to pandemics and it would establish a Pandemic Risk Reinsurance Program (PRRP) within the Department of the Treasury under which private insurance companies and the federal government would share the responsibility to pay claims for covered losses.


North Carolina Considering COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation Expansion for Frontline and Essential Workers

For the last two months, the doors of millions of businesses and homes have been shuttered due to government mandated stay at home orders. Through it all, the individuals who have served on the front lines and in essential businesses have been required to risk exposure to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to continue to serve and keep those businesses running. Several North Carolina Representatives recently introduced H.B. 1057 – WC/COVID-19 Front Line Coverage/Funds, a bill that would amend North Carolina’s workers’ compensation law by creating a rebuttable presumption that first responders, healthcare workers, and workers in essential services who contract COVID-19 or another pandemic infection contracted the infection on the job.


COVID-19 Business Interruption Insurance Litigation Proliferates

A few weeks ago we were discussing what was believed to be the first COVID-19 lawsuit related to business interruption insurance and a handful of state legislative efforts to redefine the scope of coverage for businesses impacted by COVID-19. Now, dozens of lawsuits have been filed across the nation, including several class actions, and legislation is circulating at the federal (and international) level proposing to provide a backstop to private insurers who pay out to policy holders.


Mandated Coverage and Public-Private Risk Sharing Initiatives Under Consideration for COVID-19 Related Business Interruption Losses

In just a few weeks, we have gone from discussing what was believed to be the first COVID-19 lawsuit related to business interruption insurance and a handful of state legislative efforts to redefine the scope of coverage for businesses impacted by COVID-19 to dozens of lawsuits filed across the nation, including several class actions, and legislation circulating at the federal (and international) level proposing to provide a backstop to private insurers who pay out to policy holders.


The Pandemic Impact on Transportation Funding

In a few short weeks, shuttered doors and emptied streets have become characteristic of even the most robust urban centers of our country. In the face of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, nearly 95% of Americans currently are subject to government issued stay-at-home orders and non-essential businesses remain closed. We have progressed to the point where government and industry are working to develop plans to reopen the economy, but even those plans likely will require at least several more weeks under the current conditions. With the economy essentially grinding to a halt, the transportation sector has been hit hard. It has been said that weathering this pandemic may set transportation back decades if the right actions are not taken to stem the financial impact.


Retooling Your Business for COVID-19: Product Liability Immunity & Insurance for Manufacturing Pandemic Products

One thing, among many, that enduring the COVID-19 crisis is reminding us of is that the resilience of the human spirit is remarkable. Amidst calls for more personal protective equipment for the dedicated healthcare workers on the front lines and more ventilators for vulnerable patients fighting for their lives, company after company (and individuals) have responded by retooling their operations to manufacture the items needed to support the herculean effort to treat those infected and to stay ahead of and flatten the curve of this pandemic. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued guidance described as a “boost” that will help address manufacturing limitations and supply shortages by allowing medical device makers to make changes to products more easily and other types of manufacturers “such as auto makers [to] more easily repurpose production lines to help increase supply.”


GENERAL GUIDANCE FOR EMPLOYERS ON LEGAL ISSUES RELATED TO COVID-19

Employers across the country are facing unique and unprecedented challenges in responding to workforce issues in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The law is changing quickly to address issues presented by the spread of COVID-19. The following shares guidance and insight into common workplace issues that can arise in response.


State Legislators Seek to “Rewrite” Insurance Policies, Requiring Coverage of COVID-19 Business Interruption Losses

The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has elicited extraordinary suppression and mitigation measures from all levels of government in the U.S. and around the world. It is difficult to fathom the extent to which the economy, global and domestic travel, and life as we knew it have been disrupted in the span of only a few weeks. Lawmakers have been in the difficult position of having to weigh the public health implications of their policy decisions against the economic impact on businesses and individuals. At all levels, our governments have been taking steps to address mitigation of business and individual losses incurred during the pandemic. On March 27, 2020, the federal government passed an unprecedented $2 trillion stimulus package aimed at stemming some of the damage. State legislators also are taking steps to address mitigation of business losses, including attempts to remove obstacles for businesses to collect under business interruption insurance policy provisions.


Operating A Business Under North Carolina’s COVID-19 “Stay-At-Home” Order: Essential Business Designation & Reentry Certification

At 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 30, 2020, all citizens and businesses of North Carolina will join hundreds of millions of others in the United States that are subject to state or local government issued “stay-at-home” orders. On March 27, 2020, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper issued a statewide stay-at-home order via Executive Order 121, “Stay-At-Home Order and Strategic Directions for North Carolina in Response to Increasing COVID-19 Cases” (Stay-At-Home Order”). The Governor stated several findings as the basis for the Order, including that 763 COVID-19 cases across 60 counties had been confirmed in the state, widespread community transmission of the virus is occurring, and local control of the emergency has been insufficient to protect the lives and property of North Carolinians. Accordingly, residents statewide have been ordered to stay in their homes, except to engage in essential activities and governmental operations, and to access essential businesses and operations. All non-essential businesses are required to cease operations. The statewide order will work in conjunction with any local orders that have been issued by cities and counties in North Carolina, and it explicitly permits local jurisdictions to impose greater restrictions consistent with authority under North Carolina law if deemed necessary.


MVA Litigation Blog: A Place for Insurance in a Global Pandemic: How Do Event Cancellation & Business Interruption Policies Apply to COVID-19?
(March 2020)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop‘s MVA Litigation Blog article titled, “A Place for Insurance in a Global Pandemic: How Do Event Cancellation & Business Interruption Policies Apply to COVID-19?” was published on March 25.


MVA Litigation Blog: North Carolina State and Local Land Use Laws Under Revision to Prepare for the Future: The Charlotte UDO and NCGS §160D
(March 2020)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop‘s MVA Litigation Blog article titled, “North Carolina State and Local Land Use Laws Under Revision to Prepare for the Future: The Charlotte UDO and NCGS §160D” was published on March 6.


MVA Litigation Blog: An Agreement to Arbitrate Employment Claims
(February 2020)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop‘s MVA Litigation Blog articles titled, “Watch Your Language: An Agreement to Arbitrate Employment Claims Must Allow for NLRA Claims Before the NLRB” and “An Agreement to Arbitrate Employment Claims Must Also Allow for Access to Full Remedies Before the NLRB” were published on February 6.


Thirty Moore & Van Allen attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers
(January 2020)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce that 23 attorneys have been named to the 2020 North Carolina Super Lawyers list and seven attorneys were named to the 2020 North Carolina Rising Stars list. Additionally, members Valecia McDowell and Karin McGinnis were named to the “Top 50” list of Women North Carolina Super Lawyers, and McDowell was named to the “Top 25” list of Charlotte Super Lawyers and the “Top 100” list of North Carolina Super Lawyers. The lawyer rating service will publish this year’s survey findings in both North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine and Charlotte magazine in February.


Moore & Van Allen earns 11th consecutive Benchmark Litigation recognitions
(October 2019)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce that it has been ranked as a “recommended” firm for both litigation and employment in North Carolina in the latest editions of Benchmark Litigation and Benchmark Litigation Labor and Employment. This is the 11th consecutive year in which MVA has earned Benchmark recognitions.


MVA Litigation Blog: U.S. Supreme Court Limited Authority to Remove Class Actions to Original Defendants, Third-Party Counterclaim Defendants May Not Remove Even Under CAFA
(August 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop’s MVA Litigation Blog post titled, “U.S. Supreme Court Limited Authority to Remove Class Actions to Original Defendants, Third-Party Counterclaim Defendants May Not Remove Even Under CAFA” was published August 23.


Best Lawyers® recognizes 83 Moore & Van Allen attorneys
10 attorneys named “Lawyer of the Year” across various practices in Charlotte, (August 2019)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that 83 attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2020. Additionally, 10 attorneys from the firm’s Charlotte office were selected for Best Lawyers® “Lawyer of the Year” recognitions.


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.


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.


Transportation Luncheon on Disruptors, NC Go & Wayne County Chamber of Commerce
(June 4, 2019)

Lathrop quoted in UNC Charlotte Urban Institute article
(May 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Member and member of the N.C. Board of Transportation Tony Lathrop was quoted in the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute's article, "Charlotte is 'on the cusp' of its first true regional transit plan," which was published on May 15. The article discusses how the Charlotte region is taking concrete steps towards building a regional transit system that crosses county lines.


“NCDOT Update” and “The Future of Transportation Funding & Necessity for Coordinated Regional Planning,” 2019 North Carolina Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations Annual Transportation Conference
(April 24, 2019)

“The Future of Transportation Funding & Necessity for Coordinated Regional Planning,” Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC) Meeting
(April 24, 2019)

Quoted in “5 Tips For Better Communication With Clients,”
law360, (April 22, 2019)

Lathrop quoted in Business North Carolina
Business North Carolina, (April 2019)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop, member and Finance Committee Chair of the North Carolina Board of Transportation, participated in Business North Carolina’s 2019 Transportation Round Table, a discussion titled, “Experts Examine Future of Transportation In NC”, which was published in Business North Carolina on April 1.


“The Future of Transportation Funding & Regional Transportation Collaboration,” Charlotte Regional Alliance for Transportation (CRAFT) Technical Committee Meeting
(March 26, 2019)

Panel Moderator: “The Future of Transportation Funding & Necessity for Coordinated Regional Planning,” Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization & Gaston-Cleveland-Lincoln Metropolitan Planning Organization 2nd Annual Roundtable
(March 13, 2019)

“Transportation Storytelling & Participant Engagement” Segment Leader, Centralina Council of Governments Regional Conference
(March 8, 2019)

Business North Carolina 2019 Transportation Round Table
(March 2019)

On February 28, 2019, Charlotte Member Tony Lathrop served on a panel of North Carolina transportation leaders convened for Business North Carolina magazine’s 2019 Transportation Round Table. The discussion focused on North Carolina’s strength as a logistics and transportation center and evolution into a regional supply-chain powerhouse.


Moderator: “Preparing for a Changing Funding Landscape” Opening Session and “Creative Funding Solutions” Breakout, 2019 NC Transportation Summit
(January 2019)

Lathrop Moderator at 2019 NC Transportation Summit
(January 2019)

How is NC going to fund over $50B in needed Transportation Infrastructure, and maintain what we already have? Given North Carolina’s projected growth of 3 million people by the year 2040, transportation and infrastructure is key to economic opportunity statewide. Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop facilitated the conversation at the 2019 NC Transportation Summit.


Thirty Four Moore & Van Allen Attorneys Named by Super Lawyers
Super Lawyers, (January 2019)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that 24 attorneys have been named to Super Lawyers’ 2019 list of top attorneys in North Carolina, and 10 attorneys were named to Super Lawyer’s 2019 Rising Stars list. These attorneys represent the firm’s Charlotte office. The lawyer rating service will publish this year’s survey findings in its Super Lawyers Magazine.


Moore & Van Allen earns 10th consecutive Benchmark Litigation recognitions
(November 2018)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce that it has been ranked as a “recommended” firm for both litigation and employment in North Carolina in the 2019 edition of Benchmark Litigation. The 2019 edition of the guide marks the 10th consecutive year in which MVA has earned Benchmark Litigation recognitions.


Best Lawyers® Recognizes 69 Moore & Van Allen Attorneys
(August 2018)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that 69 attorneys representing each of the Firm’s three offices were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2019.


Lathrop Quoted in Westlaw Journal
(June 2018)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop was quoted in the Westlaw Journal.  The article published online on June 12 and will publish in print on July 21.


Quoted in China Agritech v. Resh case
Westlaw Journal, (June 12, 2018)

Panelist: Centralina Council of Governments' Regional Conference
(April 2018)

Best Lawyers® Recognizes 71 Moore & Van Allen Attorneys
(January 2018)

Moore & Van Allen is pleased to announce that 71 attorneys representing each of the Firm’s offices were listed in The Best Lawyers in America® 2018.


41 Moore & Van Allen attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers
(January 2018)

Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that 28 attorneys have been named to Super Lawyers’ 2018 list of top attorneys in North Carolina, and 13 attorneys were named to Super Lawyer’s 2018 Rising Stars list. These attorneys represent the firm’s Charlotte and Research Triangle offices.


Lathrop to Participate in TransitCenter and Sustain Charlotte Panel
(November 2017)

Charlotte Litigation Member and NCDOT At-Large Board Member Tony Lathrop will be participating 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. Panelists will discuss what makes transit work and share opportunities for advocates, elected officials, and agency leadership to win meaningful change in Charlotte’s transit system.


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

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

Moore & Van Allen Recognized in 2018 Benchmark Litigation
(October 2017)

Moore & Van Allen was listed as a “recommended” firm for litigation in North Carolina in the 2018 edition of Benchmark Litigation. Additionally, Benchmark named 10 Charlotte Litigation attorneys “stars” based on client and peer recommendations.


Lathrop Appointed to Department of Transportation Board
(March 2017)

Charlotte Member Tony Lathrop was appointed to the Department of Transportation Board by Governor Roy Cooper. He will serve a four-year term.


Thirty Seven Moore & Van Allen Attorneys Named by Super Lawyers
(January 2017)

Featured in “Charlotte zoning is a family tradition for commission chair,”
DevelopCLT, (August 18, 2016)

Lathrop Featured in Develop CLT Article
(August 2016)

Best Lawyers® Recognizes 74 Moore & Van Allen Attorneys
(August 16, 2016)

Lathrop Quoted in Law360
(April 2016)

Thirty-nine Moore & Van Allen Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers
(January 2016)

“Arbitration at a Crossroads: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to Initiate Regulation Following Its Study Scrutinizing Arbitration and Class Action Waivers,”
@Law the NALS Magazine for Legal Professionals, (Winter 2015)

Benchmark Litigation Recognizes Moore & Van Allen for Eighth Consecutive Year
(October 2015)

"D.R. Horton Déjà Vu: Will NLRB Be Forced To Respect Class Action Waivers For Employers Doing Business In 5th Circuit?”
Mondaq, (October 1, 2015)

Best Lawyers Recognizes 76 Moore & Van Allen Attorneys
(August 17, 2015)

Seventy-six attorneys representing each of Moore & Van Allen's three offices were listed in The Best Lawyers in America® 2016.


Lathrop Presents Class Action Update at 2015 UNC Legal Festival
(February 2015)

Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop presented at the UNC School of Law’s 25th Annual Festival of Legal Learning on February 14, 2015.


##“Unanimous U.S. Supreme Court Gives FLSA Class Action Win to Employers Screening for Theft”
The Growth Newsletter, (January 2015)

Lathrop’s Blog Republished in Management Consulting Firm’s Newsletter
(January 2015)

Tony Lathrop’s Litigation Blog post was selected for republication by The Growth Company.


Forty-three Moore & Van Allen Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers
(January 2015)

Forty-three total MVA attorneys were named to either Super Lawyers’ 2015 list of top attorneys in North Carolina, or the 2015 Rising Stars list.


Benchmark Litigation Recognizes Moore & Van Allen for Seventh Consecutive Year
Named a “recommended” firm; 10 Charlotte members identified as “stars”, (December 2014)

Moore & Van Allen and 10 of its Charlotte Litigation attorneys were recognized in the 2015 edition of Benchmark Litigation.


Best Lawyers Recognizes 77 Moore & Van Allen Attorneys
Members Ghidina and Oates each named a “Lawyer of the Year”, (August 2014)

Seventy-seven attorneys representing each of Moore & Van Allen's three offices were listed in The Best Lawyers in America® 2015.


Forty-four Moore & Van Allen Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers
(January 2014)

Forty-four total MVA attorneys were named to either Super Lawyers’ 2014 list of top attorneys in North Carolina, or the 2014 Rising Stars list.


Best Lawyers Recognizes 77 MVA Attorneys
Members Fisher, Johnson, Hagood each named a “Lawyer of the Year”, (August 2013)

Seventy-seven MVA attorneys and 19 Firm practice areas were represented in The Best Lawyers in America® 2014.


Lathrop Offers Insight on Litigation Landscape
InsideCounsel, (August 2013)

Member Tony Lathrop was quoted in InsideCounsel addressing use of arbitration agreements to limit companies' exposure to class actions and arbitrations.


“The North Carolina Class Action,” Presented at the North Carolina Superior Court Judges' Summer Conference
(June 19, 2013)

Lathrop presents to the state’s Superior Court Judges.


Lathrop Advises on Client Service
Law360, (April 2013)

Litigation Member Tony Lathrop was quoted in the number one article on Law360’s Top 10 Most Read Articles list for the week of April 15.


Lathrop Comments on CAFA Ruling
Law360, (March 2013)

Member Tony Lathrop provides Law360 with commentary on CAFA Ruling.


Lathrop leads discussion on What’s Keeping In-House Counsel Up At Night at Network of Trial Law Firms Seminar
(November 10, 2012)

Litigation Member Tony Lathrop moderates panel discussion at the Network of Trial Law Firms CLE Event in San Diego.


Best Lawyers Recognizes 71 MVA Attorneys
(September 2012)

Best Lawyers has recognized a record seventy-one Moore & Van Allen attorneys for 2013 based on peer reviews.


Lathrop Moderates Discussion on Litigation Challenges and Trends at Network of Trial Law Firms Seminar
(August 2012)

Litigation Member Tony Lathrop moderated “The Inside Scoop: In-House Counsel Perspectives on Litigation Challenges and Trends” at the Network of Trial Law Firms CLE Event in New York City.


Lathrop Quoted in InsideCounsel
(July 2012)

Litigation Member Tony Lathrop was quoted in the July issue of InsideCounsel.


Lathrop Presents “Class Action Update” at Network of Trial Law Firms Seminar
(June 15, 2012)

Litigation member Tony Lathrop presented a “Class Action Update” at the June 15, 2012 Network of Trial Law Firms Seminar in Chicago, IL.


Lathrop Moderates Internal Investigations Panel at Network of Trial Law Firms Seminar
(April 27, 2012)

Litigation member Tony Lathrop moderated a panel discussion at the Network of Trial Law Firms CLE Seminar in Scottsdale, Arizona.


Lathrop Authors Article for InsideCounsel.com
(February 23, 2012)

Litigation member Tony Lathrop continues his series of six columns for InsideCounsel.com.


Lathrop Presents at 22nd Annual Festival of Legal Learning
(February 10, 2012)

On February 10, 2012, Litigation member Tony Lathrop presented a CLE seminar at the 22nd Annual Festival of Legal Learning sponsored by the UNC School of Law in Chapel Hill, NC.


Lathrop's 3rd Article Featured on InsideCounsel.com
InsideCounsel.com, (February 9, 2012)

Litigation member Tony Lathrop has contributed his third article to InsideCounsel.com entitled "Litigation: The NLRB's View on Employee Rights to Class Actions".


Lathrop's 2nd Article Published on InsideCounsel.com
InsideCounsel.com, (January 26, 2012)

Litigation member Tony Lathrop's second article is featured on InsideCounsel.com


Lathrop Authors Article for InsideCounsel.com
Inside Counsel, (January 12, 2012)

Litigation member Tony Lathrop authors a column for InsideCounsel.com


Lathrop Contributes Article to Bloomberg Law Reports
Bloomberg Law Reports, (January 4, 2012)

Litigation member Tony Lathrop contributes an article to Bloomberg Law Reports.


Lathrop Write Column for InsideCounsel.com
(December 29, 2011)

Tony Lathrop writes the first of six articles he has been asked to write, with “Does your class arbitration waiver hinder the vindicating of rights?” published on December 29, 2011.


Lathrop Quoted in Law360
(November 4, 2011)

Tony Lathrop was quoted in a Law360 article entitled "How To Try A Case Without Trying A Judges' Patience" on November 4, 2011.


Tony Lathrop Among Moore & Van Allen Attorneys Named to North Carolina Super Lawyers 2011
(January 15, 2011)

Tony Lathrop is listed among Moore & Van Allen attorneys named to North Carolina Super Lawyers 2011.


Thirty-five Moore & Van Allen Attorneys Named to North Carolina Super Lawyers 2010
(January 2010)

Moore & Van Allen is please to announce that thirty-five of its attorneys were named North Carolina Super Lawyers for 2010


Tony Lathrop featured in February 16, 2009 North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article for successfully obtaining personal jurisdiction over an out-of-state corporate officer.
(February 16, 2009)

Tony Lathrop featured in February 16, 2009 North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article for successfully obtaining personal jurisdiction over an out-of-state corporate officer.


Tony Lathrop and Mark Wilson Featured in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article (February 1, 2009) for Winning Trademark Infringement Case
(February 1, 2009)

Tony Lathrop and Mark Wilson were featured in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly for successfully defending their client in a trademark infringement case.


Tony Lathrop Featured in NC Lawyers Weekly Article
(February 1, 2009)

Tony Lathrop was featured in an article in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly for successfully representing his client in a lawsuit against a corporate officer.


Tony Lathrop Speaks at Network of Trial Law Firms CLE Program
www.trial.com
Mark Wilson, Charlotte, (August 1, 2008)

Tony Lathrop spoke at the seventh annual litigation management CLE program, presented by the Network of Trial Law Firms, Inc.


Tony Lathrop Participated in a Panel Discussion at the Network of Trial Law Firms' Spring Meeting
(May 2, 2008)

Tony Lathrop participated in a panel discussion on trademark litigation involving internet key word searches.


Water Use Impacts Development
Charlotte Business Journal, (April 4, 2008)

Last year's record-setting drought has begun to impact the development of real estate in this area in a number of ways, both indirect and direct.


Twenty-three MVA attorneys named NC Super Lawyers

Moore & Van Allen is pleased to announce that 23 of its attorneys have been named North Carolina Super Lawyers for 2008.


Tony Lathrop is a Member of Panel Discussion Regarding In-House Counsel Risk Management Techniques
(November 3, 2006)

Tony Lathrop featured in May 6, 1996 North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article for trial and favorable jury verdict in Woodson-type construction accident case.
(May 6, 1996)

MVA member Tony Lathrop was featured in May 6, 1996 North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article for trial and favorable jury verdict in Woodson-type construction accident case.


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