Charlotte, North Carolina (February 3, 2022) Cleveland-based law firm, Flannery | Georgalis announced today that its Charlotte, North Carolina practice has moved into a new office uptown.
The new space is located in the Carillon Tower at 227 West Trade Street, Suite 950.
“We are excited about the move,” says co-founders Paul Flannery and Chris Georgalis. “The larger space gives us the opportunity to continue our rapid growth and expand our services for the foreseeable future.”
Flannery | Georgalis focuses on sensitive matters and complex investigations, disputes, and litigation.
“The attorneys in our Charlotte office represent clients in federal and state courts in nearly every type of complex criminal, civil or regulatory enforcement matter, including those involving fraud, public corruption, healthcare, securities, banking, tax, and False Claims Act violations,” explains Elizabeth Greene, former federal prosecutor, and Partner-in-Charge of the Charlotte office. “Our Charlotte office also has substantial experience conducting corporate internal investigations and representing professional individuals and trade organizations before governing boards. We are excited as well for our burgeoning complex business litigation practice, where our lack of conflicts and flexibility on alternative fee arrangements makes us a desirable choice for other law firms and their clients in certain high stakes matters.”
In addition to its Charlotte location, Flannery | Georgalis has offices in Pittsburgh as well as its home base in Cleveland, Ohio. The firm was founded in 2017 by Flannery and Georgalis, both of whom served as federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio.