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Nemphos Braue Appoints Erik M. Feig as Of Counsel
Nemphos Braue LLC (NB Law) is pleased to announce the addition of Erik M. Feig as Of Counsel with the Baltimore-based firm. Feig joins NB Law after serving more than 11 years as General Counsel to Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc. (MRIS), the leading information technology and multiple listing service company (MLS) in the Mid-Atlantic real estate industry. He brings to NB Law more than 20 years’ experience representing and working with innovators in various emerging and established technology, information and content sectors. Prior to serving as General Counsel to MRIS, Feig worked as a Senior Associate at DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary (now DLA Piper) in its Business and Technology Practice Group.
“We are very excited to have Erik as a member of our team,” said George Nemphos. “We expect that his extensive experience leading an in-house legal team operating as a trusted business partner and advisor will further enhance our firm’s growing corporate practice.”
Feig will focus on complex corporate transactions, primarily involving technology. He will offer sophisticated counseling and legal advice to emerging business clients who require the expertise and management of a proven General Counsel.
“I am excited to join the NB Law team,” said Feig. “The firm’s growing roster of technology-focused, emerging companies is a great fit for my experience. There are so many companies that, for a variety of reasons, may not consider themselves ‘ready’ for a full-time, in-house General Counsel. Nevertheless, they are regularly contending with complex legal and business issues, and would benefit from the perspective an experienced GC can offer, in particular, one who can help identify and anticipate issues earlier, and who can manage the legal function as a partner to the business.”
Admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and New York, Feig is a 1996 graduate of Fordham University School of Law. He received his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Cornell University.