Burr's Nate Quirk Named to Leadership North Carolina's Class of 2023

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Burr & Forman is pleased to announce that Nathaniel (Nate) Quirk has been selected to participate in Leadership North Carolina as a member of the Class of 2023.

Leadership North Carolina (LNC) works with state luminaries to improve North Carolina’s quality of life through visionary hands-on programming that integrates the areas of economic development, education, environment, government, health and human services, and inclusive leadership. LNC participants are offered a series of cutting-edge programs to help develop leaders across multiple industries who want to drive improvements and influence outcomes across the state. 

"Nate shines as a champion for both his clients and his community," said Chad Thorson, managing partner of the firm's Charlotte office. "I have no doubt his participation in Leadership North Carolina will lead to a deeper understanding of the challenges facing our state, as well as a great network of potential collaborators to help address those challenges."

Nate Quirk is a Partner in the firm's Charlotte office where he practices in the IP/Cyber Security practice group. Nate focuses his practice on assisting clients with securing and protecting their intellectual property rights in the areas of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. Leveraging his prior experience as chief intellectual property counsel for a publicly-traded technology company, he enjoys providing strategic counseling to both large and small businesses on intellectual property matters, and providing businesses with guidance on intellectual property portfolio development and management strategies that are right-sized and cost-effective for the client's needs.

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