Charlotte, North Carolina 28246
Ms. Wright joined the firm in 2002 following a one-year judicial clerkship with The Honorable George R. Hodges of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of North Carolina. Ms. Wright's legal career is focused on representing business debtors, debtors-in-possession, trustees, and creditors in bankruptcy matters as well as assisting business owners with out-of-court workouts and liquidations. Ms. Wright is also a certified mediator. She is licensed to practice in North Carolina.
Before enrolling in law school, Ms. Wright served as the chief development officer of Hubbard House, Inc., the domestic violence center that serves northeast Florida, where she was responsible for raising the agency's $2 million annual operating budget, and she provided staff leadership for a $4.7 million capital campaign. A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Ms. Wright is a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville.
|Areas of Practice||1) Bankruptcy, 2) Debtor/Creditor and Business Workouts and 3) Mediation|
|Law School||University of North Carolina|
|Bar Member / Association||Mecklenburg County Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association , American Bar Association,|
|Most recent firm||Grier Furr & Crisp, P.A.|
Jami Wintz McKeon is Chair-elect of the Firm and a partner in Morgan Lewis's Litigation Practice.Ms. McKeon's practice focuses on complex litigation, including class and mass actions, and civil and regulatory proceedings.
John C. Goodchild, III is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Corporate Litigation Practice. His practice focuses on commercial contract and credit disputes, business tort litigation, bankruptcy litigation, and real estate litigation.