Bradley M. Risinger

After a “hotly contested” four-year litigation that resulted in mutual, without prejudice dismissals, the plaintiff in Vitaform, Inc. v. Aeroflow, Inc., 2023 NCBC 76, said it would refile

Continue Reading Check your Receipts at Summary Judgment: Court Awards Attorney’s Fees Against Party that Pressed on with “Meritless” Claim After Close of Discovery

PreGel America makes and distributes products used in the gelato, ice cream and pastry business. But it alleges a far less than sweet experience with its former CEO, who the

Continue Reading A Bitter Dish in the Dessert Industry: Company Pays Litigation Expenses for a Corporate Officer who Won Dismissal of Its Misappropriation Claims

Joshua Langley worked for Autocraft, Inc. for more than five years and rose to have wide access to its business affairs and “substantial responsibility for its overall operations.” While still

Continue Reading When Employees Become Competitors, NC Business Court Keeps a Careful Watch on Disturbances in Marketplace Force

If a company contracts to acquire software which it then licenses to a third party as a component of a lucrative service package, did it “sell” the software? In Value

Continue Reading North Carolina Supreme Court Unpacks a Service Contract and Finds a Potential Software Sale Lurking Within