Alan Stevens is a litigation associate in the firm’s Charlotte office. His practice focuses on financial services litigation, in addition to handling general commercial litigation.
His representative experience includes:
• Frequently assisting in the representation of a national bank in connection with a variety of consumer litigation in North Carolina and the East coast. Sample matters involved alleged violations of federal lending statutes, state consumer protections statutes, and common law tort and contract claims.
• Frequently assisting in the representation of a national bank in connection with Loss Management claims.
• Assisting in the representation of corporations, financial institutions, and executives in a broad range of civil and criminal matters, including both offensive and defensive representation.
• Assisting in the representation of a corporation in obtaining a $100 million termination fee following dissolution of pending merger.
• Assisting in the representation of a Fortune 100 company in a federal class action litigation alleging discrimination.
• Assisting a Fortune 150 company on nationwide-pending litigations impacting the company’s brand.
Mr. Stevens received a B.A., cum laude, in Religion from Davidson College in 2004 and a J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School in 2007, where he was development editor of the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law.
“Knowing Your Way Around the Rule 26(f) Conference,” American Bar Association Trial Practice Committee Website, February 2011.
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