April 17, 2013
CHARLOTTE, NC — April 17, 2013 —Hunton & Williams LLP announces the further growth of its global litigation practice with the return of Nash E. Long III as partner in Charlotte. Long, who joins from Winston & Strawn, focuses his practice on complex litigation, including arbitrations, jury trials, bench trials, and class actions related to environmental, business torts, commercial contract, intellectual property, construction, consumer law and product liability disputes.
"We are delighted that Nash is rejoining our team," said Sam A. Danon, head of the litigation and intellectual property practice. "Nash’s experience and proven abilities, especially in Clean Air Act actions, will be an advantage to clients in our established environmental practice."
Long represented several utility companies in the defense of enforcement actions under the Clean Air Act, including serving as first-chair trial lawyer. He also represented financial institutions and other clients in class action disputes, patent infringement matters, and contract disputes.
The litigation practice at Hunton & Williams maintains the knowledge and trial experience required to help businesses and individuals identify and manage potential risks, respond to existing or threatened litigation, and pursue resolution in every available venue. Combining the strengths of our regulatory and litigation teams, our lawyers handle complicated matters arising under both federal and state environmental laws.
A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Long received his JD from Harvard University. He clerked for now-retired Judge Frank Bullock, US District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina, before first joining Hunton & Williams in the late 1990s.
Hunton & Williams LLP provides legal services to corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals, as well as to a broad array of other entities. Since our establishment more than a century ago, Hunton & Williams has grown to more than 800 lawyers serving clients in 100 countries from 19 offices around the world. While our practice has a strong industry focus on energy, financial services and life sciences, our experience extends to more than 100 separate practice areas, including bankruptcy and creditors' rights, commercial litigation, corporate transactions and securities law, intellectual property, international and government relations, regulatory law, products liability, and privacy and data security.