Charlotte, N.C. – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that Daniel Peterson has been appointed vice chair of the Government Practice Group within the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys (NCADA).
As vice chair, Daniel will provide leadership on professional development, networking, and communications opportunities for NCADA members who represent state and local government entities. The NCADA has approximately 900 attorneys and paralegals who defend governments, businesses, and individuals in civil litigation.
Daniel has experience in defending claims involving police liability, constitutional issues, wrongful death, personal and property damage, and professional negligence. Prior to joining Parker Poe, Daniel served as an assistant city attorney in the Charlotte City Attorney’s Office. He served as sole or lead defense attorney for the city on nearly 80 lawsuits in federal and state courts, on a variety of municipal issues, including appearances before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the N.C. Court of Appeals.
Daniel is one of several Parker Poe attorneys who have held leadership positions within the NCADA. Jonathan Hall currently serves on the NCADA’s board of directors and is a past chair of its Product Liability Practice Group. Stacy Little serves as vice chair of the NCADA's Women Litigators Committee. In addition, John Beyer has chaired the organization’s Medical Malpractice Practice Group.
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