Bradley M. Risinger

More than 500 sequentially accessed files downloaded to a personal thumb drive, and a description in a verified complaint of the purported confidential information and trade secrets implicated, were the

Continue Reading Court Looks Closely, but Sees no Whistleblower Story to Support Fired Employee’s Download of Key Documents

The City of Charlotte’s Gold Line Streetcar extension, that brought the system to a 4-mile, 17-stop line, opened to the public in August 2021. But disputes about its construction (and

Continue Reading Charlotte’s Contracts to Build Transit System are Inseparable Part of Government Function to Provide Service to Public

It turns out there is something more difficult than the financing and development of a luxury retirement community, the long life of which spanned from its initial municipal approval in

Continue Reading A Recipe for Rule 12(b) Failure: Unsavory Complexity, a Pinch of Confusion, and an Overflowing Cup of Acronyms

A counterclaim plaintiff’s claims in a complex trade secret action involving the development of cell-cultured human milk suffered a rather pedestrian fate given the important technological stakes. The counterclaim defendants

Continue Reading A Rule 4 Service Drama: all FedEx, DHL and UPS Delivery Modes are not Created Equal

So-called “new wave” stockholder agreements that purport to meaningfully limit a board’s authority to manage a corporation got a recent stern look from the Delaware Court of Chancery in West

Continue Reading When a “New-Wave” Stockholder Agreement Crashes into the Statutory Wall of a Board’s Corporate Control