Served as lead counsel and successfully defended a financial services corporation in a multimillion dollar arbitration concerning a dispute over an automated call processing services and whether its activities fell within the scope of a technology license. After implementing an aggressive trial strategy, the plaintiff agreed to enter into a new license for a fraction of what it claimed as damages in the arbitration. We also persuaded former shareholders of the company to pay a substantial part of the new license fee.

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Mutual to stock conversion and IPO of Newport Federal Savings Bank
Represented Newport Federal Savings Bank in its mutual to stock conversion and the related $45.2 million initial public offering by its newly public more
Advised major North Carolina healthcare insurer on its comprehensive wellness program
Assisted in the design, documentation and implementation of a comprehensive wellness program and development of related administrative service more
Identifying and evaluating third-party patent rights for a retailer of building supplies
Represented one of the largest retailers of building supply and home improvements products in the country with intellectual property more
Cree Inc. v. North Carolina State University
The firm served as lead counsel on behalf of Cree, Inc., a market leader in semiconductor manufacturing, against North Carolina State University for more