Mica serves as legal counsel to clients in the aviation and global supply chain industries, representing airports, general aviation companies, FBOs, air carriers, as well as manufacturing, technology, and service companies. She has experience with assisting clients in defending claims involving products liability, aviation accidents, personal injury, and wrongful death claims, as well as providing analysis of issues involving aviation expert witness challenges, aircraft valuation and damages, and contract dispute resolution. Mica assists clients through pre-suit negotiations, mediation, arbitration and litigation in State and Federal Courts. She serves on the Cranfill Sumner COVID-19 Response Team.

As a Certified Global Business Professional (NASBITE), Mica has a specific focus on assisting global clients with their international operations including trade issues, international contracts, trade credit payment disputes, international arbitration, and dispute resolution. Mica serves as the firm’s practice group leader for the International Business law section. She is also a founding Board Member of the Charlotte International Arbitration Society (“CIAS”), and currently serves as the Chair of the CIAS.  She has also served as Chair of the N.C. Bar Association’s International Law & Practice Section. Mica is a member of the Carolinas World Trade Association (CWTA) and serves as a resource for the Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC). Mica has also been accepted into the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), where she serves on the International Arbitration Committee and the Transportation (Aviation) Committee.

Mica is a Charlotte native, and since returning she has been dedicated to volunteering her time and giving back to the community. Over the years, she has served in leadership roles in several organizations. She founded and currently serves on Board of the Charlotte Asian Pacific American Bar Association (“CAPABA”). She has also served on the CSH’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Mecklenburg County Bar’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Mica graduated from the first class of the “Leaders Under 40” program, established by the Community Building Initiative (CBI) in Charlotte, and then she served on the CBI Board. Mica graduated from the Bar Leadership Institute organized by the Mecklenburg County Bar, and has served as the Chair of the MCB’s Bar Leadership Institute committee. Mica also graduated from the N.C. Bar Association’s Leadership Academy, and as noted has served as the Chair of the N.C.B.A. International Law & Practice Section. In 2019, Mica was named one of Charlotte’s “40 under 40” by the Charlotte Business Journal, which recognizes 40 individuals under the age of 40 in Charlotte, who are making major strides in their careers while also leaving a positive impact on their communities.

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Mica Nguyen Worthy Featured as BLI Alumna

Mica Nguyen Worthy, a Partner at Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH Law), was recently featured as an alumna of the Bar Leadership Institute (BLI) of the Mecklenburg County Bar Association. She graduated from the BLI in 2012.… Read More

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CSH Law Attorneys Presented at CWTA & CIAS Webinar

Russ Racine and Mica Nguyen Worthy, attorneys at Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH Law), presented on International Trade Business Contracts: 2021 International Arbitration Trends at the April 21st meeting of the Carolina World Trade Association (CWTA) in conjunction with the Charlotte International Arbitration Society (CIAS).… Read More

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CSH Law Attorneys Present to SMU Air Law Symposium

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Susan Hofer and Mica Nguyen Worthy presented on “Preserving Evidence and Your Ethics in the Age of Snapchat” at the 55th Annual SMU Air Law Symposium on March 25, 2021. The program was hosted virtually this year by SMU and with almost 200 attendees.… Read More

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Can their expert say that?

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What information aviation experts should be allowed to rely upon in formulating opinions for trial In a previous article, we… Read More

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Mica Worthy Featured in Alumni Video

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Mica Nguyen Worthy was recently featured in an alumni video from her alma mater, St. Andrews University. The video features Mica discussing her time at the school and how it helped her prepare for her future career.… Read More

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Mica Nguyen Worthy Published in IADC Defense Counsel Journal

Mica Nguyen Worthy is featured in the latest edition of the Defense Counsel Journal. Mica’s article, “Disputes that Raise Public Policy Issues: Special Problems in International Disputes,” discusses international arbitration and how “public policy” exceptions are handled in those disputes.… Read More

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Susan Hofer and Mica Nguyen Worthy Present at AIA Annual Conference

Susan Hofer and Mica Nguyen Worthy were featured presenters at the 2019 Aviation Insurance Association Conference in Asheville. On May 3, Susan and Mica presented a session entitled “Handling Spoliation of Evidence Issues in Aviation Cases.” Their presentation was part of the conference’s Continuing Legal Education sessions.… Read More

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Cranfill Sumner Charlotte Hosts Delegation from U.S. State Department International Visitor Leadership Program

Cranfill Sumner LLP’s (Cranfill Sumner) Charlotte office hosted a delegation of 27 attorneys from the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) on March 19.  The IVLP is a short-term, international exchange program for professionals that provides nearly 5,000 professionals each year with the opportunity to learn from their colleagues in a specific field in the United States.… Read More

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Mica Nguyen Worthy Elected CIAS Chair

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Mica Nguyen Worthy, a Partner in the Charlotte office of Cranfill Sumner LLP, was recently elected to serve as Chair of the Charlotte International Arbitration Society (CIAS) Board of Directors. She previously served as the Board’s Vice-Chair and began her one-year term in February 2019.… Read More