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Ellis & Winters Representatives Speak at 2014 NCBA Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Section Annual Meeting

Andrew S. Chamberlin

Three Ellis & Winters representatives recently spoke at the 2014 Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Annual Meeting on February 13, 2014 at the NC Bar Center in Cary, North Carolina. The program was entitled “Hot Topics in North Carolina Business Litigation,” and offered 6.0 hours of CLE credit in total.

Attorney Andrew Chamberlin presented “Trying a Complex Case: Practical Tips,” with Brian Flatley, the Litigation Support Manager at Ellis & Winters.

Mr. Chamberlin is a partner in the firm’s litigation group. He devotes his practice to the litigation and trial of product liability, mass torts, toxic torts, and complex commercial disputes. Mr. Chamberlin represents clients in commercial litigation, patent infringement litigation and intellectual property disputes. Since 2012, he has served as lead counsel in cases pending in Arkansas, Texas, Wisconsin, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and North Carolina, as well investigations in multiple other states. Mr. Chamberlin has personally appeared before the Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation, the North Carolina Supreme Court, the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the North Carolina Business Court, and multiple state and federal trial courts.

Attorney George Sanderson was a panel moderator for the session “Fiduciary Duty Claims: Recent Developments.” The session focused on interesting Business Court decisions from the past few years regarding fiduciary duty claims and bank cases of note.

Mr. Sanderson is a partner in the firm’s litigation department and a member of the firm’s creditors’ rights practice group. His primary areas of practice are complex commercial and financial services litigation, bankruptcy, antitrust, creditors’ rights, securities, and lender liability defense. Mr. Sanderson has tried cases and otherwise appeared in state and federal courts and arbitration tribunals for clients, including several Fortune 500 companies, throughout North Carolina and across the country.

About the NCBA Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Law Section

The Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Law Section is concerned primarily with issues relating to complex commercial and business litigation, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and antitrust regulation.

The section, with nearly 160 members, sponsors CLE programs and services; provides -members with a substantive newsletter; and helps mold the association’s legislative agenda for presentation to the N.C. General Assembly. 

March 28, 2014 Andrew S. Chamberlin
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