If you are looking for an attorney, this will give you some information about me, Harry Gordon. First and foremost, my goal in the practice of law can be stated in the following few words: to provide to my clients first class legal services at reasonable rates.
I grew up in a large family on a farm in eastern Virginia, where I learned my work ethic. I received a sholarship to the University of Virginia, where I studied engineering and economics, ultimately obtaining a BA degree. After completing military service and working in industry, I entered UVA Law School and obtained my law degree with a focus on business law. With that background plus years of experience in private practice and corporate practice, I bring a somewhat unique approach to the practice of law:
First, I understand that hard work and perserverence are the keys to success, whether on the farm, in business, or when I am providing legal services for clients.
Second, I have worked for and provided legal counsel to very large and very small businesses, from New York City to small towns in North Carolina.
Third, I am admitted to practice in three states, New York, Virginia, and North Carolina, having studied the law and passed the bar exams in each state. In counseling very large corporations I have often dealt with the laws of many states as well as international law matters, and I have appeared in many different state and federal courts and appellate courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States and the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
Fourth, I have a great deal of experience as a litigator, as a transactions attorney preparing contracts and doing preventive law, and as corporate counsel assisting businesses with day-to-day legal issues and problems.
Fifth, I have both a business background and a business law background, with the necessary experience and understanding of tax laws, bankruptcy laws, collections laws, and corporate laws, to give business clients accurate, practical advice and to do so without undue delay or expense. I also do Wills and Estate Planning and handle real estate and other matters for business clients and others. I have also handled quite a few personal injury and insurance-type matters. Prior to and during part of law school I was an adjuster for a major insurance company, and it gave me invaluable insights into how to get insurance companies to pay and pay fairly.
It's your choice. You can go to a New York law firm and pay New York rates. You can go a 100-attorney law firm and possibly have your work done by a green associate or a paralegal. Or, you can call me--an experienced attorney certified by the bars of three different states, with the stated goal of providing to you as a client first class legal services at reasonable rates.
Harry G. Gordon
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Harry is a very aggressive advocate for his clients. He is always prepared and he is an excellent trial attorney. He is also a very talented corporate transactional attorney as well. I recommend him without any reservations.
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|VA||Authorized to practice law||1972||03/31/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Phi Beta Kappa||Phi Beta Kappa||1968|
|Phi Eta Sigma--top 5%||Phi Eta Sigma||1965|
|Attorney||Gordon Law Offices||1993 - Present|
|Attorney||Hunter Hodgman Elam Gordon & Churchill||1987 - 1993|
|Attorney||Johnson Foster & Gordon||1986 - 1987|
|Attorney||AT&T/Western Electric/Lucent Technologies||1975 - 1986|
|Attorney||US Army JAG Corps Reserves||1972 - 1975|
|Attorney||Burlington Industries, Inc.||1972 - 1975|
|Insurance Adjuster||State Farm Insurance Company||1969 - 1970|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|New York State Bar Association||New York State Bar Association||1980 - Present|
|North Carolina State Bar||North Carolina State Bar||1973 - Present|
|Greensboro Bar Association||Greensboro Bar Association||1973 - Present|
|Virginia State Bar||Virginia State Bar||1972 - Present|
|IN RE: FULLER WILL||Relatives and other interested parties who suspect fraud or undue influence on a testator have increased rights to challenge devises and may do so without challenging the entire Will.|
|Archer v. Warner, 538 U.S. 314 (2003).||Creditor/victim prevailed in Supreme Court. Relief in bankruptcy is now limited to "honest but unfortunate debtors."|
|Gordon v. New York State Bar, 48 N.Y. 2d 266, 397 N.E.2d 1309, 422 N.Y.S. 2d 641 (1979)||Attorneys have the constitutional right to seek admission in New York without first moving there.|
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|TXU 39-262||Tax Savings Thru Interest-Free Loans||1980|
|University of Virginia School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1972|
|University of Virginia||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1968|
|Collecting Judgments in North Carolina||Fair Debt Collection Practices Act||1992|