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Born: August 8, 1974, Houston, Texas

Residence: Raleigh, North Carolina

Education:

Juris Doctor, University of Illinois College of Law, May 1999
Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Political Science, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 1996

Licensures:

Illinois (1999)
Northern District of Illinois (1999)
Central District of Illinois (2000)

Indiana (1999)
Northern District of Indiana (1999)
Southern District of Indiana (1999)

North Carolina (2001)
Middle District of North Carolina (2001)
Western District of North Carolina (2001)
Eastern District of North Carolina (2003)

United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (2002)

Areas of Practice:

Bankruptcy
Employment Law
Family Law
Workers' Compensation

Professional Memberships:

American Bar Association (Family Law Section and Employment Law Section)
North Carolina Bar Association (Family Law Section, Employment Law Section, Workers' Compensation Section, Bankruptcy Section)
Wake County Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Indiana State Bar Association

Publications:

   Author, What the Trustee Is Looking For in Your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Filing, 2014

   Author, Structuring the Chapter 13 Repayment Plan, 2014

   Author, Stopping the Foreclosure through Bankruptcy, 2013

   Author, The Interplay Between Workers’ Compensation Claims and Other Benefits, 2013

   Author, The Interplay Between Workers’ Compensation Claims and Claims Under the ADA and        FMLA, 2013

   Author, Preparing Your Case:  Procedures For Claimant, 2013

   Author, Ethics:  Ethical and Professional Behavior in Workers’ Compensation Cases, 2013

   Author, Debtor Representation In Bankruptcy, 2012

   Author, The Causal Link:  Making or Breaking The Workers’ Compensation Case, 2011

   Author, Workers' Compensation Issues, October 2010, 4th Annual Workers' Compensation Law     & Practice Seminar

   Author, Ethical and Professional Behavior in Workers' Compensation Cases, October 2010, 4th
   Annual Workers' Compensation Law & Practice Seminar

   Author, Issues Regarding Exemptions and the Means Test, April 2010, Bankruptcy in North             Carolina Seminar

   Author, The Effect of Chapter 7 of Entireties Property, May 2003, Middle District of         North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar              

Author, Keeping Creditors on a Level Playing Field: The Role of Constructive Trusts in Bankruptcy, Spring 2003, Disclosure Statement (quarterly newsletter of the North Carolina Bar Association Bankruptcy section)

Co-Author, Initial Client Interview and Intake of Information, Basic Bankruptcy Seminar, 2003

Co-Author, Pre-Bankruptcy Planning, Basic Bankruptcy Seminar, 2003.

Co-Author, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Eligibility: When to Consider Converting to Chapter 13, Basic Bankruptcy Seminar, 2003.

Co-Author, Property of the Bankruptcy Estate and Exemptions, Basic Bankruptcy Seminar, 2003.

Co-Author (as summer law clerk), Requirements for Class Certification, Trying the Class Action Case in Indiana Seminar, 1998.

Co-Author (as summer law clerk), Evaluating and Initiating the Class Action Suit, Trying the Class Action Case in Indiana Seminar, 1998.

Co-Author (as summer law clerk), Plaintiff Perspective in Class Action Litigation, Trying the Class Action Case in Indiana Seminar, 1998.

Co-Author (as summer law clerk), Ethical Considerations, Trying the Class Action Case in Indiana Seminar, 1998.

Speaker:

4th Annual Workers' Compensation Law & Practice Seminar presented by Sterling Education Services, October 2010

Bankruptcy in North Carolina Seminar presented by Lorman Education Services, April 2010

Employment Law, The People's Law School presented by the Young Lawyer's Division of the Greensboro Bar Association, Spring 2003

Representative Cases:

Mannise v. Harrell, _____ N.C. App. _____, 791 S.E.2d 653 (N.C. Ct. App. 2016)

Hering v. Haun et al (In re Hering), 2010 Bankr. LEXIS 3855 (Bankr. E.D.N.C. 2010).

Charles M. Ivey III, Chapter 7 Trustee v. U.R.W. 831 Members Federal Credit Union (In re Durham), 2003 WL 21459555 (Bankr. M.D.N.C. 2003).

Charles M. Ivey III, Chapter 7 Trustee for TWS Enterprises, Inc. v. Ford Motor Credit Company, East Coast Recovery & Towing, Inc. & David Mitchell (In re TWS Enterprises, Inc.), 2002 WL 1974044 (Bankr. M.D.N.C. 2002), 49 Collier Bankr. Cas.2d 334.

In re Scott, 2002 WL 1284281 (Bankr. M.D.N.C. 2002).

Community Involvement:

Guilford College Youth Soccer League, Assistant Coach, Fall 2001, Spring 2002

Greensboro Bar Association Young Lawyer's Division, Ask a Lawyer Day, Winter 2002, Winter 2003

Enloe High School Class of 1992 Ten Year Reunion Planning Committee, 2002

Mitzvah Day participant, Temple Emmanuel, Greensboro, NC, Spring 2003

Triangle Young Jewish Professionals

  • Board Member, June 2003-June 2006
  • Treasurer, January 2004-June 2006

Raleigh Jewish Community Center

  • Volunteer Youth Soccer Referee, Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Spring 2007-Fall 2008
  • Volunteer Youth Football Referee, 2005-2009

Triangle Illinois Alumni Club

I-9 Sports Youth Soccer Coach, Fall 2015

CASL Youth Assistant Soccer Coach, Spring 2016

CASL/NCFC Youth Soccer Coach, Fall 2016-Spring 2018

Powell Elementary School PTA Volunteer, Fall 2015-Spring 2018

  • Field Day, Spring 2016
  • Parent Reader, Spring 2017 & Spring 2018
  • Pancake Breakfast, 2016, 2017, & 2018
  • Ice Cream Social, Spring 2018
  • All Pro Dad's Committee, 2017-2018

 

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