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Our Way or the Huawei: Are Your Fintech Contracts Ready for a National Emergency?

May 16 2019
Most of the reaction to Donald Trump’s sweeping new Executive Order, declaring a national emergency to combat “the ability of foreign adversaries to create and exploit vulnerabilities in information and communications technology or services” has been focused on only one company (Huawei) and only one country (China). The breathtaking reach of the Order, however, means that many more fintech contracts may now be now at risk.

Former Under Armour Trademarks/Branding Attorney Nicholas Hawkins Moves to Womble Bond Dickinson’s Baltimore Office

May 16 2019
Nicholas Hawkins built a reputation in Baltimore helping one of the city’s most prominent companies create, protect and monetize their trademarks and brand identity. Now, the former Under Armour in-house counsel has moved to Womble Bond Dickinson, where he will provide transactional, IP and branding guidance to a wide range of clients across numerous industries.

South Carolina Lawyers Weekly Interviews Womble Bond Dickinson’s Stephanie Yarbrough for Opportunity Zones Article

May 16 2019
Savvy investors and civic-minded individuals alike are taking a close look at Opportunity Zones, a new investment tool that allows investors to invest capital gains into community improvement projects in distressed areas. Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Stephanie Yarbrough recently spoke about opportunity zone investments with South Carolina Lawyers Weekly.

Safe Alliance Honors Womble Bond Dickinson for Pro Bono Representation of Domestic Violence Victims

May 14 2019
On May 9, Womble Bond Dickinson was presented with a “Commitment to Justice Award” by Safe Alliance, a nonprofit organization in Charlotte dedicated to serving individuals impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. The award was in recognition of Womble’s successful pro bono project in the Charlotte office representing victims of domestic violence in protective order hearings free of charge.