- May 2021
Moore & Van Allen (MVA) Member and Co-head of the Environmental group, Mary Katherine Stukes served as a speaker for the 2021 NCBA Environment, Energy, & Natural Resources Law Section CLE Program that was held on May 13. Mary Katherine spoke on a panel entitled, “Hot Topics” which included presentation on Methane, Waters of the United States, and the National Environmental Policy Act.
- May 2021
Moore & Van Allen (MVA) Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring Member Ben Hawfield was honored as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Bankruptcy Section of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) on May 12. The purpose of the Lifetime Achievement Award is to recognize a bankruptcy practitioner who has contributed to the betterment of the Bankruptcy Section, the profession, and who has set an aspiring example for those who follow.
- March 2021
Moore & Van Allen (MVA) Senior Counsel Tandy Mathis will be presenting during the NCBAR 2021 International Practice Section Program webcast, “The World Spins Madly On: Making Sense of the Current State of International Law Practicing International Law in the Digital Age”, taking place on March 25.
- February 2021
MVA Financial Services Member Lauren Biek, Co-head of Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Neil Bloomfield, and Financial Services Counsel Ed Ivey will serve as panelist during the NCBA: The Business Lawyer as First Responder, 2021 Business Law Section Program. This live webcast will take place on February 11. Additionally, Financial Services Member Kimberly Zirkle serves on the planning committee for the Business Law Section program.
- April 2018
Moore & Van Allen earned the title of Large Firm division winner for the 2018 Legal Feeding Frenzy, becoming the Frenzy’s only six-time division champion.
- 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, 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.
- July 2017
Charlotte Wealth and Estate Planning Member Chris Jones spoke at the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) Estate Planning and Probate Section Annual Meeting in Kiawah Island, SC on July 28.
- February 2017
Charlotte Estate and Wealth Planning Member Chris Jones spoke at the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) Business Law Section Annual Meeting in Pinehurst, NC on February 17. The presentation entitled, “Tax and Non-Tax Considerations in Succession Planning for the Family Business," explored succession planning for family-owned businesses.