Mr. Harrington represents clients in complex business disputes. In recent years, he has focused his practice on (i) the representation of corporate clients in contract and trade practice litigation, (ii) the defense of consumer lenders, (iii) the representation of financial institutions in disputes based on their service as fiduciaries, and (iv) employment-related litigation. He is an active member of the bars of North Carolina, Louisiana, and the District of Columbia, and he has represented clients in lawsuits filed in North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, and Virginia, including federal, state, and bankruptcy courts, and in arbitration.
Mr. Harrington is also an active participant in bar activities, locally and nationally, having served in various capacities, including as President of the Mecklenburg County Bar and as Co-Chair of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (based in Washington, D.C.).
Mr. Harrington has spoken at a number of seminars and programs, including (i) Multijurisdictional Practice for In-House Counsel with Peter C. Buck for the Association of Corporate Counsel -- Charlotte Chapter (March 2010); (ii) Developing a Data Security Program with Robert M. Bryan for the Association of Corporate Counsel -- Charlotte Chapter (June 2009); (iii) Direct Examination: Getting Your Story Across for the Mecklenburg County Bar Continuing Legal Education Series, All-Star Trial Advocacy Series (January 2009); (iv) Making It Work: Assessing, Adjusting, and Innovating in Law Firm Practice at Duke University School of Law (April 16, 2010) (reported in Duke Law Magazine, Summer 2010); Direct Examination for the John S. Leary Association of Black Attorneys (September 2011).