The most recent issue of the Carolina Update newsletter issued by the North Carolina Land Title Association.
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Tim Quinlan is an economist for Wells Fargo. Based in Charlotte, NC, he provides analysis and commentary on U.S. business spending as well as macroeconomic developments in foreign economies.
Prior to joining the economics group in 2007, Quinlan held positions within Wachovia as a financial advisor and within Evergreen Investments as a trust account portfolio manager and investment strategist. Prior to joining Wachovia in 2002, he spent several years working for Putnam Investments in Boston, Mass.
His commentary is often cited in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, and Financial Times. He is also a frequent guest on Marketplace on National Public Radio.
Quinlan earned his bachelor’s degree in American studies with a concentration in the classics from Siena College in upstate New York.
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David P. Ferrell is a partner with Vandeventer Black LLP’s Raleigh NC office, where he concentrates his law practice in civil matters, including legislative representation, eminent domain, real estate, civil litigation, professional liability defense, cooperative and public utilities, administrative and regulatory, business, and construction litigation. Ferrell is NCLTA’s lobbyist and serves as legal and legislative counsel to professional trade associations, including representing their interests before the General Assembly and various Executive Branch agencies. He has lectured on right-of-way acquisition and condemnation law at seminars and is the Editor of Vandeventer Black’s Eminent Domain and Property Rights Newsletter. Ferrell earned B.A. degrees in Political Science and Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a J.D. from Campbell University School of Law. He is admitted to practice in North Carolina and the U. S. District Court, Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina. He is a member of the Wake County (Member: Professionalism Committee), North Carolina (Member, Real Property; Zoning, Planning and Land Use; and Administrative Law Sections) and American Bar Associations.