Amber Duncan is a member of the firm's Business group, and focuses her practice on helping highly regulated businesses comply with advertising, tax, licensing and securities issues.
Ms. Duncan represents clients in the tobacco product and alcoholic beverage industries on compliance, excise tax and business issues that arise under federal statutes and under the regulation of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. Additionally, she advises clients on state laws and regulations applicable to the manufacture, advertising and distribution of alcoholic and tobacco products.
Ms. Duncan also advises public and private corporations, banks and other financial institutions on sophisticated business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, tender offers, private placements and corporate restructurings. She provides securities law advice on filings under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, insider trading, corporate governance, employee benefit plans, issuer repurchase programs, stock exchange listing requirements and fiduciary duties. Ms. Duncan also advises community banks and other financial institutions on bank regulatory and securities matters.
Amber seeks to support, enrich and improve the community by volunteering her time, most recently as the Co-Chair of the Young Professional Society of the Ronald McDonald House in Charlotte, NC. She also enjoys volunteering through the Cornell Alumni Association and serving as Wake Forest Law Mentor.