Business Court Holds North Carolina Arbitration and Choice-of-Law Provisions Insufficient to Exercise Personal Jurisdiction over England-Based Company

In Curvature, Inc. v. Cantel Computer Servs. Ltd., 2019 NCBC 47 (N.C. Super. Ct. Aug. 13, 2019), the Business Court considered whether it could exercise personal jurisdiction over the England-based defendant based on a contract that was

N.C. Business Court Dismisses Two Contract Claims on Summary Judgment for Lack of Mutuality


In separate cases, the North Carolina Business Court answers the question: When exactly is a contract formed?  The Court reminds business leaders that parties do not form an enforceable agreement until their minds meet on all the material terms.

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N.C. Business Court Dismisses All Counterclaims in a Dispute Stemming from a Failed Romance.


In Rabinowitz v. Suvillaga, 2019 NCBC 7 (N.C. Super. Jan. 28, 2019), Judge Robinson granted the Plaintiff’s motion to dismiss the Defendant’s counterclaims in an action involving an alleged agreement “predicated on the Defendant’s expectation” that the couple “would live

N.C. Business Court Dismisses a Motion to Enforce Mediated Settlement Agreement After a Protracted Struggle Among Owners


In Local Social, Inc. v. Stallings, 2019 NCBC 8 (N.C. Super. Ct. Jan. 30, 2019), Judge Robinson granted the Plaintiffs’ Motion to Dismiss the Defendant’s Motion to Enforce the Mediated Settlement Agreement for lack of subject matter

N.C. Business Court weighs in on a breach of contract action involving a wine bottle opener manufacturer and alleged counterfeiters.


How does one open a wine bottle clogged by an old half-crumbled cork? Plaintiff may have the solution, but since we’re in the business court, there is obviously a snag.

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