Moore & Van Allen Elevates 15 Attorneys to Member

CHARLOTTE, NC—Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce that the following 15 attorneys have been elected as the firm’s newest members: Holly S. Bannerman, William “Bill” M. Butler, Sarah Dohoney Byrne, Natalie S. Hilmandolar, Fielding E. Huseth, S. Alan Lanier, Jr., Daniel J. Layfield, Micah S. Lewis, Katie A. McConnell, Ray Wallace “McCord” Rayburn, Sarah A. Sheridan, Samantha “Sam” N. Skains-Menchaca, Matthew “Matt” A. Van Hoy, Sara Page H. Waugh, and Christine Carr York.

All member promotions are effective as of Jan. 1, 2024.

Holly Bannerman concentrates her practice in commercial real estate.

Bill Butler represents business owners, directors, officers, and shareholders in corporate governance disputes, including derivative suits relating to misconduct and self-dealing.

Sarah Byrne leads MVA’s Human Trafficking Prevention and Compliance practice, representing survivors of sex trafficking, forced labor and child sexual abuse, and assisting organizations with human trafficking prevention and compliance programs.

Natalie Hilmandolar focuses her practice in a broad range of finance-related areas, focusing on the representation of institutional investors, business development companies (BDCs), small business investment companies (SBICs), private equity groups, and other private capital investors.

Fielding Huseth represents clients in complex business litigation and white-collar criminal prosecution.

Alan Lanier handles commercial real estate matters, advising owners, investors, developers, and tenants in the acquisition, disposition, development, management, operation, leasing, and financing of office, industrial, retail, hospitality, multifamily, and mixed-use properties.

Daniel Layfield represents financial sponsors and public and private companies in mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, leveraged acquisitions, stock and asset purchases, divestitures, and joint ventures.

Micah Lewis practices in the area of financial services. He has experience representing banks, financial institutions, corporate clients and private equity sponsors in a wide variety of secured and unsecured lending transactions, including single-lender and syndicated credit facilities.

Katie McConnell practices in a broad range of finance-related areas, focusing on representation of private debt funds, business development companies, small business investment companies, private equity firms, and sponsors in their investment, buy-out, and finance transactions.

McCord Rayburn assists corporate attorneys to identify, protect, and manage intellectual property assets to achieve business objectives and stay within budgets.

Sarah Sheridan helps clients navigate complex legal issues in a wide variety of high-stakes litigation and regulatory matters.

Sam Skains-Menchaca assists defending, enforcing, investigating, licensing, and protecting intellectual property (IP) rights in a broad array of contexts in the United States and abroad.

Matt Van Hoy practices in the area of financial services.

Sara Page Waugh focuses on estate planning, trust and estate administration, charitable planning, business succession planning, and tax planning for high-net-worth individuals.

Christine Carr York represents financial institutions — including commercial banks and Farm Credit System banks and associations — in structuring and documenting secured and unsecured lending transactions.

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