CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Melinda Davis Lux was a speaker at The Summit , a one-day economic development event presented by the Charlotte Chamber. The event included sessions on manufacturing, transportation and financial services.
Davis Lux spoke on “The Impact of Disruptive Technologies in the Manufacturing Sector”. She was joined the discussion by Eric McCarthy, Senior Vice President for Government Relations, Public Policy & Legal Affairs for Proterra.
Other Womble Bond Dickinson attendees included attorneys Taber Cathcart, Jennifer Cory and Clark Goodman and Client Service Director Stephanie Hinrichs.
In addition, Womble Bond Dickinson was a Silver Sponsor of The Summit, which took place Oct. 25. Other speakers included former U.S. Transportation Secretaries Anthony Foxx and Mary Peters, and U.S. Senator Thom Tillis.
Melinda Davis Lux focuses her practice on complex business deals, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and financing transactions. She also advises public companies, directors, and stockholders with respect to securities law and corporate governance matters, including SEC reporting requirements.
Taber Cathcart focuses her practice on diversified financial transactions, primarily concentrating on senior and subordinated debt transactions, including acquisition finance, real estate and working capital credit facilities, representing financial institutions, investment firms and institutional investors in a variety of roles.
Jennifer Cory leads the Womble Immigration Solutions team. She navigates the complexities of U.S. immigration law to design efficient, effective visa routes for her clients, who include educators, entrepreneurs, executives, innovators, and investors in key industry sectors such as academia, automotive, financial, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and technology.
Clark Goodman has more than 20 years of experience managing disputes involving a wide range of commercial transactions, from intellectual property licensing agreements to large-scale software development projects and telecommunications franchise agreements. His practice includes representing financial service institutions in claims arising out of consumer/retail financial products and operations, as well as multinational companies in international arbitrations of cross-border disputes.
Stephanie Hinrichs initiates and builds client relationships, and works with Womble Bond Dickinson lawyers to provide the highest quality client service. She brings more than a decade of experience in marketing and sales, specifically in the legal, economic development, airline, and transportation industries.