Brooks Pierce Attorneys Participate in NCBA Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Law Section CLE
Brooks Pierce attorneys Will Quick, Collins Saint and Katie Wong will participate in the North Carolina Bar Association’s (NCBA) Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Law Section CLE on Feb. 1 at the North Carolina Bar Center. Partner Shana Fulton is organizing the CLE and also serves as the section’s vice chair.
Quick will present “Privacy and Data Security 101 for Complex Civil Litigators” and discuss relevant and current information for complex civil litigators in the quickly evolving areas of privacy and data security.
Saint and Wong will participate in the panel discussion “Allyship: What It Means to Be an Ally in the Legal Profession.” Panelists will discuss the ways litigators can become better allies to colleagues and peers in the practice area. Saint will participate as a panelist, and Wong will moderate the discussion.
Fulton represents businesses and individuals in criminal and civil litigation, under government investigation or in conducting internal investigations. As a defense attorney and former Assistant U.S. Attorney, she has experience litigating and investigating high-profile and complex matters at all levels of federal and state trial courts. She loves using her deep experience as a defense attorney and federal prosecutor on complex matters that feature a mix of criminal, civil and regulatory issues.
Quick has a diverse litigation and regulatory practice, representing businesses and local governments in trial and appellate matters and before state agencies in North and South Carolina. He has a particular focus on litigating individual and class action claims involving violations of state consumer privacy protection statutes and federal privacy laws ranging from the Telephone Consumer Protection Act to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. He also advises clients on the design and implementation of privacy compliance programs and assists businesses with their response and notification obligations following data security incidents, including ransomware attacks. Quick is a Board Certified Specialist in Privacy and Information Security Law from the North Carolina Board of Legal Specialization.
Saint advises and litigates on behalf of public and private educational institutions and school boards on an array of education law issues, including special education and disability issues, civil rights laws, and tort claims. He also represents businesses in a variety of industries to resolve disputes, litigating in state and federal court when necessary. He has a particular focus on diversity and civil rights issues, including issues related to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and religion.
Wong focuses her practice on commercial and intellectual property litigation, representing clients in all state and federal courts. She works with individuals and companies facing white-collar criminal charges and government investigations.
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