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The Charlotte office, established in 1984 with two lawyers, now has more than 60 lawyers. Located in One Wells Fargo Center in the heart of Charlotte’s Uptown business district, this office is especially well-known for its business litigation; corporate and securities; banking, finance and property; tax; and health care antitrust capabilities.
Building Information: We are located in One Wells Fargo Center at 301 S. College Street between Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and 3rd Street. Entrance to our parking deck is located on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard between Brevard and College Streets. (Note: If the full sign is illuminated at the parking garage, use the intercom next to the ticket dispenser to tell the attendant that you have a meeting at Womble Carlyle. They will permit you to enter the garage to look for a space).
To enter the building from the parking deck, take the parking deck elevator to level C. When you leave the elevator on level C, go straight ahead to enter the building on the ground floor. Go across the lobby to the security desk (which is past the elevators on the left) with a picture ID and tell them you are here to visit Womble Carlyle on the 35th floor. They will issue a visitor pass. Remember to ask the receptionist to validate your parking ticket.
Womble Carlyle Chair and CEO Betty Temple moderated a panel discussion on “Adapting to the New Service Model” at a national conference for Big Law leaders.
Summer 2017 was an eventful one for cybersecurity, starting off with the WannaCry ransomware and NotPetya wiper attacks each affecting hundreds of thousands of computers around the world in what are being called the first ransomware pandemics.
On October 11, 2017, cybersecurity professionals gathered on the campus of U.N.C. Charlotte for the 18th Annual Cybersecurity Symposium.
Although a voluntary federal program, E-Verify participation is required by many states to ensure a legal workforce.
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