Represented a drilling company that used an alternative means of breaking rocks. The North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued citations to the client under the mistaken treatment of their operations as involving explosives. Although the material was recognized by some agencies as explosives, convinced the North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Administration to drop the explosives citations on the grounds that the client’s methods were safer than explosives.

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Insurance coverage litigation for large pharmaceutical outsourcing company
Represented the largest outsourcing company for the pharmaceutical industry, in connection with a claim against its carrier arising out of a more
Acquisition for a Swedish automated animal cage handling systems company
Represented a Swedish automated animal cage handling systems company in the acquisition of the company.  The firm negotiated commercial contracts more
$1.55 billion corporate bond offering for Reynolds American Inc.
Represented Reynolds American Inc., holding company for tobacco manufacturers R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and American Snuff Company, LLC, in its more
Mutual to stock conversion and IPO of Newport Federal Savings Bank
Represented Newport Federal Savings Bank in its mutual to stock conversion and the related $45.2 million initial public offering by its newly public more