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Halted auction of GRAMMY Award for The National Academy of the Recording Arts & Sciences
Represented The National Academy of the Recording Arts & Sciences, the organization which administers the prestigious GRAMMY award ceremony, in more
Products liability litigation for an international automotive manufacturer
Served as lead defense counsel for an international automotive manufacturer in products liability litigation. more
Major trade secret misappropriation and breach of license case for aerospace defense contractor
Lead counsel representing an aerospace defense contractor in a major trade secret misappropriation and breach of license dispute alleging that the more
Largest proposed OSHA fine in North Carolina history for HoltraChem Manufacturing Company
Represented the HoltraChem Manufacturing Co. in the largest Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) fine in North Carolina history. more

What started as a single patent infringement action in the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, and morphed into more