Sue helps businesses navigate the often-complex world of mergers and acquisitions. She has represented both buyers and sellers, public and private companies, and businesses ranging in size from small, family-held companies to $100 million deals.
Utilizing her background in accounting and deep understanding of finance, Sue represents a variety of lenders and borrowers in complex financing arrangements. Her work focuses on the structuring and documentation of secured and unsecured lending.
Sue works with several public companies on regulatory filings such as 10Ks, 10Qs and proxy statements. She also advises companies on disclosure requirements and corporate governance issues.
Sue often represents small to mid-sized businesses on a variety of business issues including reviewing contracts, employment issues, strategic planning, succession planning, reviewing leases, executive agreements, distribution agreements and other general business matters.
A former accountant, Sue advises businesses and individuals on a variety of tax matters.
Recognized in North Carolina Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters) as a “Rising Star” in Banking Law (2013)
Received High Achievement Award from the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants (1999)
Past Board Chair and Board Member, Heartstrings Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc.
Member, American Bar Association
Member, North Carolina Bar Association
Member, Greensboro Bar Association and Young Lawyer's Association
Chair (2008); Vice Chair (2007), Business Women of the Triad
My favorite virtue: Honesty
What I appreciate the most in my friends: Honesty, loyalty and laughter
The natural talent I'd like to be gifted with: Singing. I love karaoke, but unfortunately it does not love me.
My motto: Life is short so do what makes you happy and what allows you to lay your head down peacefully at night.
I grew up in: Wisconsin. Yes, it is very cold; and yes, I love the Green Bay Packers.