CHARLOTTE, N.C - Wishart Norris Henninger & Pittman, P.A. announces that Megan Sadler, who joined the firm in 2005, was admitted as a Member effective January 1, 2011. Her practice focuses on commercial litigation, representing closely held businesses in all aspects of commercial litigation including business torts, trade secret disputes, employment litigation and commercial real estate disputes.
Sadler graduated with a B.A. in International Studies and French from West Virginia University, and an M.S. in Environmental Studies from the College of Charleston. She earned her J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law where she was admitted to the Order of the Coif and served first as a member and then as an editor of the Wake Forest Law review from 2002-2004. After graduating from law school, Sadler was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 2004 and served as a Law Clerk to Associate Justice Edward Thomas Brady of the Supreme Court of North Carolina for a year.
In the community, Sadler is on the Board of Directors of “Engage Charlotte” for the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, a group whose “mission is to work with city leaders, the business community and organizations to attract and retain young professionals in our community.”
Sadler also serves as Board Chair for Ten Thousand Villages of Cotswold, a non-profit retailer selling fair trade artisan products from around the world to provide opportunities for people in developing countries to earn income. Megan lives in Charlotte and is an active supporter of St. Innocent’s Orphanage and Project Mexico as well as the President of the Mecklenburg Division of the Wishart Norris Henninger & Pittman Charitable Foundation, which focuses on helping those in need throughout our community.
Wishart Norris Henninger & Pittman serves privately owned businesses and their owners in North Carolina and South Carolina with offices in Charlotte and Burlington. The firms’ concentrations include business, exit planning, succession planning, commercial litigation, taxation, estate planning, commercial and residential real estate and land use and family law.