August 12, 2019Donald Pocock Appointed Chair of ABA Consumer Litigation Committee
August 1, 2019
Triad Business Journal
Winston-Salem Managing Partner Denise Gunter was interviewed by the Triad Business Journal in a cover story titled, "Labor solutions in a tight market." Gunter also serves as Board Chair for the Fellowship Home, a halfway house in Winston-Salem. The article is focused on how three "segments of the population often overlooked in the job market are discovering new pathways to employability." The disabled, those in recovery, and veterans and seniors are being offered new avenues in entering the labor pool.
Gunter told Triad that the economy has helped increase job opportunities for people who, in leaner times, have had a more difficult time finding jobs. "Right now, we are good in terms of being able to get jobs, albeit low-paying," she said. "These guys are starting often on the bottom rung."
Gunter has more than two decades of experience representing clients in a variety of antitrust matters. She represents clients in civil and criminal antitrust litigation and government investigations and advises clients on pricing, distribution, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification filings.
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