- Bloomberg Law, March 2020
- Charlotte Magazine, February 2020
MVA’s Human Trafficking Pro Bono Project Leader, Sarah Byrne and her fight for victims of human trafficking was highlighted by Charlotte Magazine.
- Turnaround Management Association’s Journal of Corporate Renewal, January 2020
- North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine, January 2020
Charlotte White Collar, Regulatory Defense and Investigations Member and Co-head Valecia McDowell was featured as the cover story of the North Carolina 2020 issue of Super Lawyers Magazine, which published in January. The feature article, “Shedding Light (without the spotlight),” discusses McDowell’s legal focus, growth as an attorney and individual, practicing as a female of color, and much more.
- Westlaw, December 2019
Charlotte Litigation Associate Sarah Negus’s article titled, “The status of gender identity and sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace” was published by Westlaw on December 3.
- Corporate Counsel , December 2019
Financial Services Member Amy Johnson was profiled in Corporate Counsel Women, Influence & Power in Law 2019. The special report honors women who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing the empowerment of women in law.
- Law360, October 2019
- Law360, August 2019
Charlotte Corporate Member Joe Fernandez was quoted in the Law360 article titled, “States' Green Goals May Fuel Clean Energy Land-Use Fights,” which was published on August 5.
- ABA Banking Journal, July 2019
- Industry Today, June 2019
- North Carolina Lawyer, May 2019
As the North Carolina Bar Association prepared to celebrate and explore wellness at its Annual Meeting in June, the editors of North Carolina Lawyer magazine offered a few examples of NCBA members who are excelling at living healthy lives. Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Member Karin McGinnis was one of the few NCBA members to be featured.
- Construction Executive, April 2019
- Westlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability, March 2019
- Banking Perspectives, March 2019
- Association of Corporate Counsel, February 2019
Vapor intrusion has emerged as an important legal, scientific, and policy issue over the last decade. With this issue’s growing importance, it is prudent for persons acquiring, leasing, or developing property to include an assessment of vapor intrusion risks into their environmental due diligence process and properly address any identified vapor condition.
- Probate & Property, January 2019
- Global Banking & Finance Review, January 2019
Elections matter and in the U.S. we are starting to more fully understand what the latest presidential election means for the financial industry. Throughout his campaign, candidate Donald Trump promised to reduce existing federal regulations and to limit the addition of new regulations. President Trump started fulfilling this promise with Executive Order 13771, which requires that “for every new regulation issued, at least two prior regulations be identified for elimination. . . .”
- Westlaw, December 2018
- Financing Transactions, November 2018
Following tax reform at the end of 2017, cash dividends from a foreign corporate subsidiary to a domestic corporate 10 percent shareholder are exempt from U.S. income tax because the shareholder is permitted a “dividends-received deduction” equal to the amount of the dividend.
- Market Solutions, October 2018
- W&L Law’s Discovery Summer Newsletter, September 2018
- Corporate Compliance, August 2018
Corporate Compliance Insight’s Maurice Gilbert chats with Charlotte Litigation Member Valecia McDowell, Co-head of the White Collar, Regulatory Defense and Investigations practice at Moore & Van Allen and a recent addition to the firm’s management committee.
- Law360, July 2018
- Is the Trump administration charting a new course away from the duplicate fines of the financial crisis?Westlaw Journal White Collar Crime, July 2018
- 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.
- Corporate Compliance Insights, May 2018
Charlotte Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield and Associate Elena Mitchell were published in Corporate Compliance Insights on May 4.
- International Comparative Legal Guide, April 2018
Charlotte Corporate Member Colby Jenkins was published in the International Comparative Legal Guide to Secured Lending Finance 2018 on April 11. Jenkins’ chapter discusses the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) which is intended to serve as financial hub for to the Eurasian Economic Union (comprised of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia), as well as the first port of call for China’s “Belt and Road Initiative” (the “BRI”), a multi-trillion dollar development project which aims to integrate the infrastructure and economies of Eurasia.
- North Carolina Bar Association , March 2018
Charlotte Wealth & Estate Planning Member Mark Horn and Associate Thomas Cooper were recently published in the North Carolina Bar Association’s newsletter The Will & The Way which is distributed to estate planning attorneys across the state.
- North Carolina Bar Association , March 2018
Charlotte Estate & Wealth Transfer Associate Thomas Cooper’s recent article was featured in the North Carolina Bar Association’s newsletter, The Will & The Way, which is distributed to estate planning attorneys across the state.
- Charlotte Business Journal, March 2018
Moore & Van Allen Firm Chairman Tom Mitchell was featured in the Charlotte Business Journal on March 1. The article discusses Mitchell’s new role as chairman and his plans for the firm’s business development efforts.
- Business North Carolina, February 2018
Moore & Van Allen Firm Chairman Tom Mitchell was featured in Business North Carolina’s “You oughta know” series on February 21. Mitchell’s profile highlights his new role as the firm’s chairman. He provided Business NC with the keys to success for a large firm and candid advice on keeping staff motivated
- Association of Corporate Counsel South Carolina Chapter Newsletter, February 2018
All commercial real estate transactions involve some level of environmental risk, regardless of whether the property being transferred was formerly used for industrial, commercial, agricultural, or residential purposes. Accordingly, it is important for a buyer to consider conducting some level of environmental due diligence prior to purchasing real property. Environmental due diligence will allow the buyer to identify and quantify the environmental issues associated with the property.
- Law360, December 2017
Charlotte Global Services Member Steve Hader and Immigration Associate Amanda Franklin were published in Law360 on December 21. Their article titled, "Make A List, Check It Twice: Preparing For H-1B Cap Filing," provides employers and immigration practitioners with a guide on how to begin preparing now considering the potential pitfalls and recent trends with H-1B adjudications.
- October 24, 2017
- North Carolina Bar Association, October 2017
Charlotte Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield was recently featured on the NCBA’s Litigation Section Blog. 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.
- August 2017
- August 2017
In an era of increased oversight, regulatory agencies have taken a greater interest in standardizing the conduct of financial institutions. An area of ongoing interest is the protection of confidential supervisory information (CSI), a term used by the banking agencies to refer to information that is prepared by, on behalf of, or for the use of financial regulatory agencies, including state or federal banking supervisors. CSI extends to information related to an examination, inspection, or other visitation of an institution. Each of the regulators has issued rules that govern the disclosure of CSI by “supervised financial institutions.”
- Law360, August 2017
MVA Ethics & Compliance Counsel Sarah Byrne was published in Law360 on August 23. Her article, "A Law Firm Guide To Helping Victims Of Human Trafficking," provides readers with the steps to begin assisting victims of human trafficking with their various legal needs such as addressing past criminal records, advocating for victim-witness rights, and other civil matters.
- August 2017
On August 15, Ethics & Compliance Counsel and member of the Charlotte Metropolitan Human Trafficking Task Force Sarah Byrne was featured on Charlotte Talks as a panelist discussing the problem of human trafficking in North Carolina, what to look for in finding victims and how Charlotte-area groups are working together to fight this problem.
- Westlaw Journal, August 2017
Charlotte Bankruptcy Member Luis Lluberas and Associate Gabe Mathless were published in Westlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability on August 7. The article titled, "Henson leaves lingering risks for purchasers of defaulted consumer loans," discusses Henson v. Santander Consumer USA Inc., a case which was recently considered by the U.S. Supreme Court.
- The Defense Line, Vol. 45, No. 1., July 2017
- July 2017
- Post and Courier, July 2017
- Westlaw Journal, May 2017
Charlotte Litigation Member Peter McGrath’s recent article was published in Westlaw Journal on May 24. In the article McGrath analyzes a lawsuit filed by Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection seeking to force two townships to approve the underground injection and disposal of contaminated fracking fluids in spite of the risks.
- April 2017
Charlotte Bankruptcy Member Zach Smith served as a contributing author in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Lending & Secured Finance 2017 which covers common issues in lending and secured finance laws and regulations.
- January 2017
Charlotte Intellectual Property Member Todd Taylor's latest article was published in The Hill on January 12. The article titled, "A collision of rules in the evolving world of online banking," discusses the new players and challenges associated with the migration of banking and money management to online channels.
- Post and Courier, December 2016
Charleston Employment Member Brandon Gaskins was mentioned in The Post and Courier on December 11, 2016. The article, "Republican surge tilts balance of Berkeley County School Board," discusses the how the newly elected school board will shape the school district for years to come.
- The National Law Journal, August 2016
- Today’s General Counsel, August 2016
- Develop CLT, August 2016
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