Kenneth M. Greene Receives Business Law Section Distinguished Service Award
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Carruthers & Roth, P.A. is pleased to announce that Kenneth M. Greene was honored as co-recipient of the Business Law Section Distinguished Service Award by the North Carolina Bar Association. The award was presented during the section’s annual meeting in February and recognized Mr. Greene and Mr. John R. Miller of Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson for their exemplary service to the legal profession and to the Business Law Section.
Mr. Greene has been active in the Business Law Section for decades, working and chairing on numerous committees and projects. He currently serves as co-chair of the Legal Opinion Committee of the Business Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association and is a member of the Taskforce of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association for the enactment of a model account deposit control agreement and for the enactment of a model first lien, second lien intercreditor agreement. He is past president of the American College of Finance Lawyers and is actively involved in other professional organizations including the Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys and the Turnaround Management Association.
An attorney and shareholder with Carruthers & Roth, P.A., Mr. Greene focuses his practice in commercial finance, banking and bankruptcy. He has extensive experience in the representation of banks, commercial lenders, factors, and other creditors in the documentation of secured lending, factoring, and other credit transactions, loan workouts, bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights.
More about the Business Law Section Distinguished Service Award: The award recognizes attorneys for “leadership in the creation, promotion or execution of particular projects, programs or initiatives of the Section; contributions to the jurisprudence of business law; advocacy for law reform in the field of business law; promotion of public understanding of business law; continuing education of lawyers in the field of business law; creation or expansion of opportunities for pro bono service by business lawyers; and other endeavors that reflect the professional ideal of service by lawyers to the profession and the public, beyond service to their clients.”