Lindsey Carney joined the law firm of Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein, L.C. in 2004 after graduating from the Marshall Wythe-School of Law at the College of William & Mary. She is a partner within the law firm’s Business Law Group and has extensive experience as a commercial and residential real estate attorney and business attorney. Lindsey’s practice includes commercial real estate representation in the areas of development, acquisitions and other transactions, as well as sales and leasing, land use and zoning, and general business counsel in the areas of entity formation, contract negotiation and transactions. Lindsey Carney graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Governmental Administration with a concentration in Legal Studies from Christopher Newport University in 2001, where she was also a member of the women’s basketball team. She graduated from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 2004. While at Marshall-Wythe, she served as an editor on the Journal of Women and the Law.
Ms. Carney has represented, and continues to represent, developers and other real estate owners, financial institutions and corporate tenants within the Hampton Roads region. She has handled complex real estate acquisitions and has extensive experience in leasing and has represented both owners and tenants in numerous leasing transactions including ground leases. Ms. Carney represents lenders, borrowers and investors in connection with mortgage financing, including acquisition, construction, interim and permanent financing. She has represented multi-family property owners in the sale and liquidation of their portfolios. Ms. Carney has also represented developers in rezonings, special use permits and the negotiation of proffers and the release of encumbrances. As general business counsel to numerous clients, Ms. Carney has advised on entity selection, formation, agreements among members and shareholders, as well as general business contracts. She has also helped numerous non-profit corporations obtain their tax exempt recognition from the Internal Revenue Service.
Bachelor of Arts in Governmental Administration with Concentration in Legal Studies
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Plaintiff Motions have been filed and DePuy has agreed to a Multi-District Litigation (MDL) for the purposes of pretrial discovery in the Federal Pinnacle Hip Replacement Device lawsuits.
To date, the FDA has received more than 1300 negative reports on the Pinnacle. Like the DePuy ASR hip replacement, some Pinnacle hip replacements may cause metal fragments to flake off and embed in the surrounding tissue of the recipient causing metal poisoning.
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