Defending in North Carolina Business Court and Texas State Court multiple former officers and directors of Consert, Inc., the company who acquired Consert, Inc., an investment bank, and other parties against various claims brought by former shareholders of Consert, Inc. including breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, violation of the North Carolina Securities Act, conversion, and violation of North Carolina’s Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act related to the merger of Consert, Inc. into another company. The North Carolina Business Court has granted 10 defendants’ motions to dismiss, with two motions remaining to be heard. Cases pending. Worley v. Moore, 15 CVS 001316 (N.C. Super. Ct. filed Nov. 9, 2015); Bennett v. Moore, 2017CI05787 (Bexar County, Texas filed March 29, 2017).

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Provided advice, separation agreements, and related documents to a provider of technology solutions to the financial world in connection more