Clinton R. Pinyan represents corporations, individuals and government entities in complex litigation, with a focus on appellate litigation. As a part of his appellate practice, Clint has successfully represented clients in state appellate courts, in federal appellate courts around the nation, and in the United States Supreme Court in a range of matters including tax, constitutional, labor and employment, employee benefits, personal injury, government contracting, and construction cases. He also has an extensive practice in commercial and employment-related litigation in federal and state trial courts.
- Speech, "Federal Trade Commission v. North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners: Antitrust Scrutiny of Occupational Licensing Boards and the Implications for Boards of Pharmacy," Annual Meeting of MALTAGON, October 2013
- Speech, "Competition Issues Concerning Medical and Dental Boards," Annual Meeting of the Antitrust and Complex Business Disputes Law Section, February 2012
- Speech, "Licensing Board Cases and Contested Issues," Administrative Law Section Annual Meeting, 2010
- Author, "What is Hemp? It is even legal?" Business North Carolina Law Journal, September 2019
- The Supreme Court Steps Into the Chapter 75 Fray, The below article appeared in the September 2008 edition of Antitrust News, the NC Bar Association's Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section's Newsletter)