It’s not often that the rote listing of involved attorneys at the outset of a Business Court opinion gives much of a clue of what issues lie ahead. A curious
Continue Reading Cross-Border Litigations Over Control of an LLC with an Unusual Twist: the Same Law Firm on Both Sides of the Battle

The Business Court addressed the appropriate bounds for expert testimony proposed to establish damages, and perhaps to provide editorial guideposts for the jury, in W. Avalon Potts v. KEL, LLC,
Continue Reading N.C. Business Court’s Gatekeeping Analysis of Accounting Expert Testimony Excludes Opinions That Editorialize, and Introduce New Claims