Mackenzie Canter, Attorney

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Business Organization, Commercial Real Estate, Copyright, Intellectual Property, General Practice, Non-profit, Partnerships, Real Estate, Trademark, Litigation


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Noland MacKenzie Canter, III - born Richmond, Virginia, December 27, 1949; admitted to bar 1976, Virginia; 1977, District of Columbia; 1984, Maryland; 1994, Missouri; U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Claims Court, U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, U.S. Court of Appeals - Fourth, Federal and District of Columbia Circuits. Education: Randolph-Macon College (A.B. 1971); Yale University, (M.Div. 1973); George Washington University (M.A. 1981); graduate study in theology and philosophy at Oxford University (U.K.); University of Virginia (J.D. 1976). Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who in American Law. Member: The District of Columbia Bar, Virginia State Bar, Maryland State Bar, Missouri State Bar, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, American Bar Association (Section of Taxation). Co-Editor: Federal Tax Update , Philanthropy Monthly. Professional Education Lecturer for state associations of certified public accountants. Practice Areas: Tax Exempt Organizations, Civil Litigation, Commercial Real Estate, Corporations, Partnerships, Trademark Law, Copyright Law.

In addition to "The Indictment", his first novel that received very strong reviews from the NY Times and other media, Mr. Canter has recently published a second novel.  Read more about his newest novel, "The Weldon File" here.

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1900 L Street, NW
Suite 215
Washington, DC 20036
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