Everett J. Bowman Receives NCBA Antitrust Section Distinguished Service AwardPDF
Everett J. Bowman, an attorney with Robinson Bradshaw, has received the Antitrust Section’s Distinguished Service Award from the North Carolina Bar Association.
Bowman, who focuses his practice in antitrust and complex commercial litigation, was presented with the award at the annual meeting of the Antitrust and Trade Regulation section of the North Carolina Bar Association in Cary, on Friday, Jan. 28.
In nomination letters to the Bar Association from fellow lawyers, Bowman was lauded for his leadership in helping establish the North Carolina Bar Association’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Committee nearly 20 years ago and for his years of service, beginning as the Section’s Chairman in its early days.
Bowman’s colleagues throughout the state also cited his continued demonstration of the highest ethical standards, his high level of professional competence, and his significant and ongoing contributions to the development of North Carolina antitrust law.
In addition to this recognition from the North Carolina Bar Association, Mr. Bowman was one of 35 Robinson Bradshaw attorneys selected as a 2011 North Carolina Super Lawyer. He has also been recently recognized by Best Lawyers as the Charlotte Antitrust Lawyer of the Year for 2011, and is a member of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite Hall of Fame for his work in the antitrust area.