Madeline is a business attorney who works with businesses and their ownership and management teams on a wide variety of business transactions. She regularly assists companies with mergers and acquisitions transactions, investment transactions, business entity formations, and general corporate and contractual matters.
Additionally, Madeline frequently advises community associations and their boards and members regarding the formation of new community associations, corporate governance, procedural requirements, governing document amendments, fiduciary duties, inspection right, collection issues, and rule adoption and enforcement.
In 2019, Madeline was a Ward and Smith summer associate. Prior to joining the firm, She served as a judicial extern for North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby, where she wrote legal memoranda and researched state and federal law as it pertains to civil and criminal matters, including business law and community associations matters.
Madeline graduated cum laude from Campbell University School of Law, where she was a member of Campbell Law Moot Court and Campbell Law Mock Trial Team. She won several recognitions and awards, including earning the top prize in the 2018 Richard A. Lord Moot Court Competition, as well as being awarded the Best Oralist in that same tournament. Madeline also attended Baylor Law School’s Academy of the Advocate held in St. Andrews, Scotland where she studied trial advocacy.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Madeline C. Lipe