As a still-young judicial panel, the Business Court frequently has an opportunity to define its boundaries in the face of challenges to its jurisdictional reach. In Inhold, LLC v. PureShield,
Continue Reading Business Court Confirms the “Special” Cases Where State Law Claims “Arise Under” Federal Law Remain a Rarity

At the NCBA’s annual Antitrust and Complex Business Disputes Section CLE last week, there was a panel segment of the North Carolina Business Court Judges.  Fox Rothschild was there, and
Continue Reading Straight from the Source – Comments from the Business Court Judges

Contract with “substantial connection” with NC leads to PJ over a California Defendant who never visited NC.    

In Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions, Inc. v. Smart & Final Stores LLC, 2020
Continue Reading When it comes to PJ, KYC (Know Your Contractor) – or at least where they are headquartered.

If you have employees that work from home (WFH), you may be subject to PJ in their location.

During the last few months, the NC Supreme and Business Courts have
Continue Reading Another PJ Decision: SC employer was subject to PJ in employee’s NC WFH location. Compared to other PJ questions, this one seemed Easy.