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A business plan to promote vodka sales in North Carolina, with a particular focus on Duke University sports fans, was key to a North Carolina Business Court decision that GameDay

Continue Reading Vodka Maker’s Hopes for Partnership with Duke University Land Something it Didn’t Seek: a Defendant’s Chair in a North Carolina Courtroom

For the golf fan curious about the finances and back-office maneuvering of “Big Golf,” nothing has been better than the LIV Golf-PGA Tour throwdown played out in dueling press conferences

Continue Reading Court Sharply Limits Attorney Fee Award in Dispute Over Access to Corporate Records of Charlotte Country Club

Facing a $12.8 million judgment, a plaintiff sought recourse in a legalmalpractice claim against his trial counsel for its alleged role in that unhappy result. But his undoing was the

Continue Reading Business Court Finds that Alleged Lack of Diligence by Law Firm Had No Impact on Large Trial Court Loss

Fox Rothschild North Carolina Appellate Specialist Beth Scherer recently blogged about an important order from Judge Robinson on the impact of a notice of appeal on the trial court’s jurisdiction. 
Continue Reading Business Court: Subsequently Filed Notice of Appeal Deprives Trial Court of Jurisdiction to Rule on Pending Rule 60(b)(6) Motion