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The Top 5 Twitter Influencers on Banking Law

by Alanna Fichtel • May 6th, 2019 • Social Media | Blog

influencer marketingWe have discussed the topic of influencer marketing for law firms previously on our blog. To review, influencers are thought leaders in a field or practice area with a reputation for being knowledgeable and well-respected. Influencer marketing can ultimately help expand your law firm’s reach when these individuals share your firm’s content on their own social media pages, or enhance your content by blogging and speaking on your podcasts and webinars. Over the next several months we will be highlighting influencers on social media from AmLaw 200 firms. In this post, we introduce five lawyers who are notable Twitter influencers in Banking Law.

David A. Greene

David is a partner in the West Palm Beach office of Fox Rothschild. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters involving banking, title insurance, real estate and construction litigation. Among other banking matters, David has obtained a foreclosure judgment after trial and prevailed on appeal on the issue of whether additional documentary stamp taxes were owed as a result of negative amortization. David has 270 Twitter followers and shares content regularly related to banking litigation.

Follow David on Twitter @DavidGreeneEsq

Robert Klinger

Robert is a partner in the Atlanta office of Bryan Cave, representing bank investors in structuring investments, due diligence and regulatory compliance matters. He has advised on all aspects of numerous bank recapitalizations, including negotiations with preferred equity and debt holders, bankruptcy court protections, capital raising, net operating loss preservation, and regulatory oversight. Robert is also the founder and principal editor of Bryan Cave’s legal blog focused on banking law issues for community banks, and co-host of The Bank Account, Bryan Cave’s podcast on banking law issues. He shares this content regularly on Twitter to his 365 followers.

Follow Robert on Twitter @RobertKlinger.

Michael Nonaka

Michael is a partner in the Washington office of Covington & Burling. As co-chair of the Financial Services Group, he advises banks, financial services providers, and non-bank companies on a broad range of compliance, enforcement, transactional, and legislative matters. He has worked extensively with federal and state banking agencies and also plays an active role in the firm’s Fintech Initiative. Michael has worked on matters including representation of General Electric and Synchrony Financial in regards to the separation of Synchrony from GE. Mike currently has 74 Twitter followers and is growing his thought leadership by sharing content related to the surging practice areas of Fintech and blockchain.

Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeNonaka

Erin Fonté

Erin recently joined Hunton Andrews Kurth as a partner in the Austin office and co-chair of the firm’s financial institutions corporate and regulatory practice. Erin regularly advises financial institutions and alternative payment providers regarding mobile banking, mobile payments, and mobile wallet products and services. A recognized thought leader, Erin writes and speaks frequently on payments, mobile payments, and privacy and data protection issues. Her expertise and reputation in banking operations and regulations is also evidenced by her 773 Twitter followers.

Follow Erin on Twitter @PaymentsLawyer

Steven Katkov

Steven is a business, banking, and real estate lawyer at Cozen O’Connor in Minneapolis. Steven represents buyers and sellers in commercial real estate transactions, lenders, and borrowers in commercial loan transactions, and tenants and landlords in leasing transactions. He also advises clients on a variety of business, transactional, corporate, and tax matters. With 871 Twitter followers, Stephen’s thought leadership is a source of valuable content to many in the industry.

Follow Steven on Twitter @StevenKatkovEsq

These individuals are leading the way on social media as experts in banking law matters and will hopefully inspire attorneys at your law firm to do the same. By encouraging attorneys to establish a strong social media presence, your firm can expand its own reach and recognition. If you need help getting started with influencer marketing or growing your social media presence, contact us today.influencer marketing


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