MMM’s John Yates to Chair Duke Law School Development Committee

December 9th, 2010
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Atlanta, GA (December 9, 2010) – John Yates, who chairs the Technology Practice at Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, will chair the Development Committee for the Duke Law School Board of Visitors. In this role, he will help the law school’s dean and associate dean craft fund-raising strategies and provide leadership for ongoing development efforts.

“I am delighted John has agreed to play such an important role for Duke Law. He will provide Dean David F. Levi and me important counsel on planning, marketing, and program development, which will define our fundraising efforts in the years ahead,” said Associate

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Morris, Manning & Martin Nationally Ranked for Venture Capital Deals

Morris, Manning & Martin

Nationally Ranked for Venture Capital Deals

 

DowJones VentureOne Cited

 

Atlanta, GA (November 23, 2010)Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, one of Atlanta’s leading law firms and a national leader in representing technology and technology-related companies, is pleased to announce that it was ranked among the nation’s leading law firms for venture capital transactions.

In the 2010 Venture Capital Report[1], MMM was ranked among the nation’s Top 15 law firms as counsel to VC-backed companies (Eastern US) for 2010 and among the nation’s Top 5 as company counsel in sales of VC-backed companies for transactions between 1996-2010.  MMM was

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Morris, Manning & Martin Partners to Address AFCOM

Morris, Manning & Martin Partners

to Address AFCOM

 

The Leading Association for Data Center Professionals

 

Atlanta, GA (November 23, 2010)Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, one of Atlanta’s leading law firms and a national leader in representing technology and technology-related companies, is pleased to announce that partners John Yates and Larry Kunin will be presenting to AFCOM, the Association of Computer Operations Management, on December 9, 2010.

The presentation will address practical pointers for data center owners, operators and users.  Messrs. Yates and Kunin will answer questions relating to liability and damage exposure from data and privacy breaches, data security problems, contractual

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