This is the second year the NLR has formally recognized the unique talents of its authors. Last year, the firm was received the "Go To Thought Leader" award for our coverage of North Carolina real estate matters, including litigation, regulations, and legislation.
The National Law Review (NLR)has named creditors' rights attorney Lance Martin as a 2019 "Go To Thought Leader."
The publication recognized Lance specifically for his bankruptcy coverage, particularly as it pertains to Small Business Administration matters. NLR also highlighted his contributions on cannabis and cryptocurrency bankruptcy complications.
Lance is one of 75 authors from 35 legal practice areas recognized as a "Go To Thought Leader." Award recipients are selected from a pool of more than 100,0000 legal news articles published by the NLR in 2019, that's less than 1% of their authors.
According to a press release, the publication looks "for not only relevant and well thought-out legal news," but they also consider "articles were reader favorites and that were quoted or cited by other publications and/or syndicated by other media,” stated Eilene Spear, NLR'S Operations Manager. You can view the entire press release and the complete list of recipients here.
Some notable articles that were written by Lance include:
- How to Write an Effective SBA Litigation Plan
- Best Practices When Liquidating Real Estate-Secured SBA Loans
- Are the Bankruptcy Courts Available for the Cannabis Industry
- When a Chapter 11 Plan is Absolutely Dead on Arrival
- For more articles about creditors' rights, visit our News and Insights Page.
The 2019 National Law Review “Go-To Thought Leader” Awards Announced Honoring Excellence in Legal Thought Leadership