Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions Names Deputy General Counsel

Cardinal Innovations Healthcare — May 05, 2014

Kannapolis, NC, May 5, 2014 – Wallace C. "Chuck" Hollowell, III has been named Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions Deputy General Counsel. He will serve as a senior legal advisor for Cardinal Innovations and will be responsible for a wide range of legal, regulatory and compliance activities.

Chuck has been working with Cardinal Innovations as outside counsel since 2007. Prior to joining Cardinal Innovations full time, he was a partner with the law firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP for nine years.

Cardinal Innovations General Counsel Richard Topping said, "I have worked closely with Chuck since 2009 and he has been a valuable external partner. He will now bring his wealth of knowledge and extensive experience in healthcare law to our legal team at Cardinal Innovations. Having served as our outside counsel for 7 years, he will hit the ground running as we continue to ensure that individuals in our covered areas receive the quality care for which we are known.”

Chuck has been practicing healthcare law since 1998. His practice has focused on assisting healthcare clients with regulatory and strategic planning issues and protecting their interests through litigation in a variety of forums, including state and federal court and administrative proceedings.

In 2004, Chuck was selected by the Triangle Business Journal for its "40 Under 40" award, which recognizes outstanding Research Triangle leaders under 40 years of age. He has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America® -- Health Care Law each year from 2007-2014. Following law school, Chuck spent a year serving as a law clerk to Justice Willis P. Whichard on the North Carolina Supreme Court.

Chuck graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1997, where he was a member of the Virginia Law Review. In 1993, he received his Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chuck was named to Phi Beta Kappa while at UNC.

Chuck served as Chair of the North Carolina Bar Association's Health Law Section from 2010 to 2011. He also served as President of the North Carolina Society of Healthcare Attorneys from 2006-2007.

Chuck regularly represents the North Carolina Guardian ad Litem program in the appellate courts on a pro bono basis.


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