Chambers USA recognized 24 Robinson Bradshaw attorneys in this year's rankings, along with the following nine practice areas: Antitrust, Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Corporate/M&A, Environment, Healthcare, Labor & Employment, Litigation: General Commercial, and Real Estate.
Congratulations to Kathi Lucchesi for being named a “Recognized Practitioner” in Labor & Employment law by Chambers USA. Chambers & Partners is a London-based company that ranks the world’s best lawyers and law firms by practice area based on their knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness, professional conduct, and client service. Chambers’ editorial and research team conducted thousands of interviews in compiling its 2017 ranking of America’s top lawyers.
Lincoln Derr welcomes Gwendolyn Lewis to our legal team. Gwendolyn Lewis is a trial attorney, representing individuals, healthcare professionals, and companies in a wide variety of legal and risk management matters. She has an employment law, trial skills, and nonprofit higher education background.
Moore & Van Allen PLLC hosted its 15th annual Sally & Bill Van Allen Public Service Luncheon in June. Member Karin McGinnis received the hallmark 2016 Sally & Bill Van Allen Public Service Award, MVA’s Second Harvest Financing Team received the Outstanding Pro Bono Team Project Award, and Network Engineer Jon Littlepage received the Outstanding Volunteer Staff Member Award.
Robinson Bradshaw litigator Rob Harrington was elected as chair of the Arts & Science Council's board of directors. He will serve a yearlong term beginning July 1.
Seven Robinson Bradshaw attorneys were included in the N.C. Pro Bono Honor Society inaugural class: Ben Baldwin, Martin Brackett, Blaine Sanders, Caroline Sink, James Waters, Julian Wright and Erik Zimmerman. Each attorney provided at least 50 legal service hours to pro bono clients in 2016.