L. Bruce McDaniel

L. Bruce McDaniel (“Bruce”), born Dillon, South Carolina, 1933; admitted to bar, 1958, North Carolina; 1963, Georgia; 1971, U.S. Supreme Court.Education: Wake Forest College (B.S., 1955; J.D., 1958). Omicron Delta Kappa (President, 1955-1956); Phi Delta Phi (Vice President, 1957-1958). Author: "Basic Requirements and Prohibitions of Securities Law," North Carolina Bar Association Bar Notes, February and May, 1970; "Private Placements of Securities," The North Carolina Bar, Vol. 22, No. 3, 1975 and The Barrister, Winter, 1976. Guest Lecturer on Securities Law, University of Georgia, 1965 and Emory University, 1966. Staff Attorney, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Atlanta Regional Office, Atlanta, Georgia, 1962-1966.Member: Wake County, North Carolina (Member, Business Law Section), Federal and American Bar Associations; North Carolina State Bar; State Bar of Georgia; North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers. [Captain, JAG, USAF, 1959-1961]. Professional Rating: AV.

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Bruce McDaniel specializes in business and corporate law, including formation of corporations and rights and responsibilities of corporations and shareholders arising out of securities. L. Bruce McDaniel grew up in Spring Lake, North Carolina. He attended Wake Forest College when it was still in Wake Forest, N.C. and attended Wake Forest law school. He was a JAG officer in the U.S. Air Force. He then worked for the United States Securities & Exchange Commission at its Atlanta, GA office. After developing an expertise in corporate securities in Atlanta, Bruce began practice in Raleigh, N.C. in the late 1960’s.

Bruce has created numerous corporations, and his practice has included going through the public offering process for major corporations, on the one hand, and representing “mom and pop” businesses in every day matters on the other. He has lectured on securities law in Georgia and North Carolina and frequently lectures to groups of attorneys on corporate matters, through the N. C. Bar Association, Wake Forest School of Law, and various investment advisor seminars. Bruce McDaniel and Bill Anderson of this firm have practiced law together for over 20 years.

Bruce tried the case of Williams et al v. The Columbia Bank for Cooperatives, et al in 1988 on behalf of debenture holders when the FCX went into bankruptcy, receiving a $10 Million jury verdict. Bruce was one of several attorneys involved in a large lawsuit against Jefferson Pilot Insurance Company, in which his team of lawyers achieved one of the largest settlements in North Carolina history, totaling $44.7 Million. (For more, see link to Representative Cases - Bruce McDaniel).

Bruce has handled over 30 Reported and other reported cases in State and Federal Courts. (See link to Reported Cases - Bruce McDaniel.)

Bruce McDaniel away from the office:

Bruce and wife Ann are avid readers and enjoy twin grandchildren. Bruce is also a Wake Forest fanatic, and a regular jogger, having won first place in his age group in the recent “Race for the Cure.”

Email Mr. McDaniel at mcdas@mcdas.com.

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