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Practice Areas:

  • Corporate and Securities Law
  • White Collar Criminal Defense
  • FINRA Arbitration
  • SEC Investigation, Litigation and Appeals

Amy Folk

  • Founding/Managing Partner

Biography

Amy is one of the founding members and managing partners of BA Folk. She is a litigator with experience in a variety of practice areas ranging from complex commercial litigation to products liability defense.  Additionally, Amy has developed a niche in securities and investment advisor regulatory compliance, investigations and litigation.

Securities, Broker-Dealer, Investment Adviser, and Commodities
As a former Enforcement Attorney with the North Carolina Securities Division, Amy investigated and prosecuted violations of the NC Securities Act, Investment Advisers Act, and Commodities Act. Her focus was on cryptocurrencies, auto-trading, and securities fraud. Additionally, Amy drafted regulations that govern the North Carolina Providing Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses (NC PACES) Act and reviewed applications for those exemptions.  Amy now uses this experience to advise companies and individuals in the areas of corporate and securities law, including corporate formation, capital raising, broker-dealer and investment adviser formation and registration, regulatory compliance, securities litigation, white collar criminal defense, FINRA arbitrations, and SEC investigations, litigation and appeals

Civil Litigation
Amy brings the large firm litigation experience to the small firm. Amy was a litigator in the products liability practice group at Womble Bond Dickenson, LLP. She represented major medical centers, manufacturers, and service providers on matters involving products liability, toxic torts, explosions, and medical malpractice. She developed and implemented litigation strategies, performed investigations, developed expert witnesses, drafted and argued motions, conducted discovery, negotiated settlements, prepared for trials, and drafted appeals. Beyond litigation, Amy worked with her clients to evaluate their cases, develop budgets, and create internal policies for her clients to decrease the need for litigation.

Amy currently serves on the boards of directors of the Cary Ballet Company and MPMS Spot-Light Theatre.

In addition to being an attorney, Amy is a wife, a mother of two (12yr. and 9yr.) and a runner. From those walks of life, Amy brings meticulous organization, a sense of humor, and an intensely competitive attitude.

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina, 2012