Brooks Pierce Partners Sworn Into U.S. Supreme Court Bar


Brooks Pierce partners Eric David and Shana Fulton were recently sworn into the U.S. Supreme Court Bar. Admission to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court grants attorneys the vital opportunity to present cases directly to the Court, effectively enabling them to engage in legal practice within its jurisdiction. Meeting the requirements for admission to the U.S. Supreme Court Bar mandates prior admission to the highest court of a state, commonwealth, or territory, along with a minimum of three years of legal practice.

David focuses his practice on business litigation, constitutional litigation, and media and communications law. He represents businesses, public agencies, and individuals in high-stakes litigation in federal and state court, and especially the North Carolina Business Court. David has experience in a myriad of matters, including trade secrets litigation, corporate governance disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, and claims brought under the North Carolina Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

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 across a wide variety of industries.

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