Kacy Donlon Awarded The Exclusive George C. Carr Award
Tampa, FL (December 20, 2010) – The law firm of Guerra King announced today that one of its members, Kacy Donlon, has been honored with the George C. Carr Memorial Award by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. This award, named for Chief Judge George Carr (1929-1990), is the highest award presented by the chapter and recognizes excellence in federal practice and distinguished service to the Federal Bar Association.
The George C. Carr Memorial Award is presented to a lawyer who exemplifies Judge Carr’s characteristics of common sense, integrity and service as well as a lawyer who has made significant contributions to the Federal Bar Association.
Donlon served as the president of the local chapter of the Federal Bar Association in 2005-2006 and instituted the popular Brown Bag lunches with the federal judges. She also represented the chapter in December 2005 in making a presentation at the U.S. Supreme Court building to Chief Justice William Rehnquist’s daughter to commemorate the Chapter’s admiration after his passing.
Donlon has practiced in the area of commercial litigation for the past 15 years. Her main concentration is the defense of businesses and individuals involved in the securities and financial services industries, and she also has experience in a broad spectrum of commercial litigation matters, including employment disputes, class actions, business torts, and contract disputes.
About Guerra King: Tampa-based Guerra King was formed in 2009 when several of the members moved from one of the largest and most highly-regarded firms in Florida. Guerra’s attorneys have over a century of combined experience in regulatory proceedings, civil and white-collar criminal litigation, and arbitration. Several of the firm’s lawyers hailed from senior levels of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, from one of the nation’s top financial services firm, and from leading national and international law firms. The firm’s attorneys have practiced together in one form or another since 1994.
For more information, please contact Katherine C. Donlon at firstname.lastname@example.org.