BFV in the News, | Jul 18, 2019

Charles Van Horn Appointed Leadership Role for Marriott Data Breach Case

Atlanta, Georgia – Charles Van Horn, a Shareholder at Berman Fink Van Horn, was appointed to a leadership role for the Marriott data breach case. In this role, Van Horn joined a 5-person team representing financial institution plaintiffs. Notably, Van Horn serves leadership roles in other high-profile data breach cases, including against Equifax, Home Depot and Arby’s.

Mr. Van Horn represents financial institutions in all types of disputes, including data breach and cyber-related issues. Van Horn also handles a significant number of cases involving fraudulent conveyance claims and has tried such claims to jury verdict. His area of practice includes business and commercial litigation arising out of real estate transactions, contract disputes, business torts, unfair competition claims and corporate disputes.

A graduate of Emory University School of Law, Van Horn has been named a “Top 100 Super Lawyer in Georgia” since 2013 and has been selected to “Georgia Super Lawyers” 2005, 2009-present. He has been selected to “Best Lawyers in America – Commercial Litigation,” “Super Lawyers Business Edition,” Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rating for legal ability and ethical standards and “Georgia’s Legal Elite,” by Georgia Trend magazine.

Berman Fink Van Horn is a full-service law firm that provides legal services to a diverse group of clients in the areas of business and real estate litigation; non-compete and trade secrets; mergers, acquisitions and corporate finance; labor and employment; banking & creditors’ rights; commercial real estate; and general legal services for mid-market companies, family-owned businesses and entrepreneurial/start-up endeavors. Our attorneys take great pride in delivering results-driven, high quality experience based on knowledge, expertise and a personal touch unique to Berman Fink Van Horn. 

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BFV in the News, | Jul 18, 2019