Successfully defended Cree Inc., a leading manufacturer of LED technology, in a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit from the time of filing through the denial of the plaintiff's petition for review before the United States Supreme Court. This lawsuit was the second filed by the pro se plaintiff while remaining employed with Cree. The plaintiff claimed to experience harassment and discrimination as a result of the filing of an earlier lawsuit against Cree. We obtained a dismissal of the plaintiff's lawsuit from the district court. On appeal, the Fourth Circuit Court affirmed the district court's decision and the United States Supreme Court denied plaintiff's petition for certiorari.

Robertson v. Cree Inc., 5:09-CV-189H (E.D.N.C.)

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"At-the-market" public offering of common stock for Delta Air Lines
Represented Delta Air Lines in connection with its $196 million registered "at-the-market" offering of common stock. more
Purchase of Corporate Campus
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Construction litigation for a general contractor
Represent a general contractor in complex litigation involving the construction of an approximately $13 million long-term, acute care hospital in more
Red Prairie Corp. v. Peter Schnorbach
Represented Manhattan Associates who hired an employee who had previously worked for competitor. The employee did not have a non-compete obligation more