Posts tagged "North Carolina Super Lawyers"

The Most Challenging Element of Robert H. Haggard's Job

In the 2012 edition of North Carolina Super Lawyers, Robert H. Haggard was featured in a Q&A. The publication couldn't include our entire conversation with the partner at The Van Winkle Law Firm in Asheville and in Hendersonville, and, here, in a blog-exclusive, Haggard explains the most challenging part of his job.

Christy Myatt and the Ponzi Scheme Case That Took Her Around the World

In our 2012 edition of North Carolina Super Lawyers, we learn that cover subject Christy Myatt of Nexsen Pruet has taken on some pretty interesting cases in her bankruptcy practice. One that stands out is SEC v. Elfindepan, S.A., et al. In 2001, she was appointed as the receiver to pursue funds and assets of Elfindepan, S.A., a company set up by Tracy Calvin Dunlap Jr. Dunlap managed to get more than 2,000 U.S. and foreign individuals to invest more than $42 million in an elaborate Ponzi scheme. In this video clip, she talks about the case, which took her around the world.

Robert H. Haggard's Talks About Getting WWII Veterans to Their Memorial in D.C.

When we talked to Robert H. Haggard, partner at The Van Winkle Law Firm in Asheville and in Hendersonville, for the 2012 edition of North Carolina Super Lawyers, he elaborated on some of his volunteer work, including his participation in helping fly WWII veterans to D.C. to visit their memorial (he took his 15th flight last November). Here, in an exclusive audio clip, he talks about this experience.

North Carolina's Catharine Biggs Arrowood on her Perry Mason moment

In 2010, we interviewed Catharine Biggs Arrowood, partner at Parker Poe, for a Q&A featured in the 2011 edition of North Carolina Super Lawyers. In the following excerpt, the business litigator talks about her most memorable case, in which she got her very own Perry Mason moment.