Womble Bond Dickinson placed two attorneys—Charlotte Office Managing Partner Clark Goodman and Raleigh/Research Triangle Park Office Managing Partner Beth Tyner Jones—on Business North Carolina’s 2022 Power List.

Goodman has more than 25 years of experience in a wide range of commercial disputes, including litigation arising out of intellectual property licensing agreements, claims of unfair trade practices and trade secret misappropriation, and corporate dissolutions. His practice also includes the representation of state and local governments in constitutional litigation, as well as representation of financial services providers in claims arising out of consumer/retail financial products and international arbitrations of cross-border disputes.

In addition to heading the firm’s Raleigh and RTP offices, Jones also is a leader of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Education Law Team as well as head of the firm’s Labor and Employment Team. She builds upon her experience as an HR professional, in-house employment lawyer and a college faculty member to defend employers and serve as a trusted adviser to institutions of higher education on the broad range of challenges facing them today.

According to Business North Carolina, “The 29,000 licensed lawyers in North Carolina exert massive influence from Manteo to Murphy. This is a sampling of some of the more powerful attorneys, many of whom work for larger firms in the major metros. Most were chosen because of their leadership positions at their organizations.”