Shana Fulton represents businesses and individuals in federal and state litigation in civil and criminal matters and government investigations. A former Assistant U.S. Attorney, she has experience litigating high-profile and complex matters at all levels of federal and state trial courts, including multiple jury trials.
Shana represents individuals and businesses facing white-collar criminal prosecution and government investigations. A former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, she has extensive experience handling trials and hearings in state and federal courts of all levels, and understands the strategies used by prosecutors and government agencies in complex litigation and investigations.
Shana represents individuals and businesses in civil matters at the state and federal level. She has experience with a wide variety of matters, including representing hospitals in medical malpractice suits, defending companies against First Amendment violations, defamation and libel suits, False Claims Act and accounting fraud claims.
Shana has represented public officials in investigations and administrative hearings, defending them against alleged government ethics violations.
Section Council, Antitrust and Complex Business Disputes Section, North Carolina Bar Association
Member, North Carolina Bar Association
Member, Wake County Bar Association
Member, Federal Bar Association
Member, Women's White Collar Defense Association
Member, Capital City Lawyers Association
Presenter, "Ethical Dilemmas of Investigating a Corporate Crisis," UNC School of Law Festival of Legal Learning, February 2019
Co-presenter, "Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls While Investigating a Corporate Crisis," Association of Corporate Counsel CLE, Greensboro, NC, October 2018
“Religious Freedom in Prison,” A Jailhouse Lawyer’s Manual, Fifth Edition, published by the Columbia Human Rights Review, Spring 2000