• March 2022

    Moore & Van Allen (MVA) has been ranked in the number one spot on the recent Charlotte Business Journal list of largest banking and finance practice groups at Charlotte law firms. The list of the largest banking and finance practice groups at Charlotte-area law firms, were ranked by number of local attorneys in the practice group. To view the full list, click here.

  • February 2022

    Moore & Van Allen (MVA) has been ranked the largest area law firm in the most recent Charlotte Business Journal (CBJ) list, ranked by number of local attorneys, and has been ranked #1 in number of women attorneys in Charlotte. MVA grew the most out of the 26 listed firms with the addition of 29 attorneys in 2021.

  • February 2022

    Moore & Van Allen (MVA) is proud to be ranked at the top of Charlotte Business Journal’s list of Women attorneys at Charlotte's law firms.  The list is ranked by number of local women attorneys with 115 MVA women attorneys. MVA was number one on the list out of 27 Charlotte-area law firms. To view the complete list, please click here.

  • February 2021

    Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce that member Amy K. Johnson has been honored among the 2021 class of the Charlotte Business Journal’s “Women in Business Achievement Award.”

  • February 2021

    Moore & Van Allen (MVA) has ranked top for Charlotte largest law firms and female attorneys in the recent CBJ article titled, “THE LIST: Charlotte's largest law firms — and the practices with most female attorneys.”

  • August 2020

    Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that the Charlotte Business Journal has recognized Gabriel L. Mathless, an associate on the firm’s Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring team, among its “40 Under 40” for 2020.

  • Charlotte Business Journal, March 2019
    The Charlotte Business Journal’s list of North Carolina’s largest law firms, ranked by number of attorneys was released March 22. Moore & Van Allen was ranked second, coming in with 274 attorneys in N.C. The list of firms included have offices in Charlotte, the Triad and/or the Triangle.
  • Charlotte Business Journal, March 2019

    MVA Firm Chairman Tom Mitchell was quoted in the Charlotte Business Journal’s article, “Execs in Charlotte’s legal industry talk importance of diversity, inclusion in the workplace” which was published March 22. Charlotte’s changing corporate landscape has presented challenges and opportunities for the city’s largest law practices, as CBJ writes about in a new special report. But corporate trends have had another impact in the legal profession, pushing strongly for more diversity in the workplace.

  • Charlotte Business Journal, March 2019

    Charlotte Real Estate Member Jeff Brown was quoted in the Charlotte Business Journal’s article, “Childress Klein proposes mixed-use development on massive Steele Creek Site.” Childress Klein has filed a rezoning petition for 250 acres of land off West Arrowood Road in the Steele Creek area to build a proposed mixture of development uses, including a distribution center.

  • March 2018

    Charlotte Litigation Member and Co-Chair of the Diversity Committee Valecia McDowell recently participated in the Charlotte Business Journal’s Diversity and Inclusion panel, “Beyond the Optics”, on March 23.

  • 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. 

  • Charlotte Business Journal, January 2018

    Charlotte Corporate Member Joe Fernandez was featured in the Charlotte Business Journal on January 19. He described how Moore & Van Allen uses the latest legal technology to perform tasks more efficiently and provide better service for clients.

  • August 2012

    Mark Wilson and Kate Cole were recognized in the Charlotte Business Journal for successful representation.

  • May 2012

    Todd Taylor was published in the Charlotte Business Journal on May 18.

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