RALEIGH, NC—The firm recently welcomed commercial litigator Amy Wooten and business attorney Michael Kohagen to the firm’s Raleigh office. They will be working remotely until North Carolina’s “stay at home” order expires or is lifted.
Wooten is an experienced litigator with a diverse practice that includes complex commercial litigation, professional licensure matters, employment disputes, construction litigation, and HOA issues. Additionally, she has significant experience representing clients in a broad range of commercial disputes, such as breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and unfair and deceptive trade practices claims. Amy is licensed in North and South Carolina.
Kohagen is a corporate attorney with experience advising businesses- from emerging growth companies to public companies and investment firms- in a broad range of industries, including technology, life sciences, manufacturing, and education. His practice generally comprises day-to-day contract negotiation, mergers, stock and asset acquisitions, corporate restructuring, debt and equity financings, and corporate governance. He also has experience negotiating agreements related to privacy and information security law.