North Carolina Business Court Enforces Arbitration Agreement Prohibiting Discovery, Live Testimony, and a Full Hearing

          In a January 2016 (unpublished) order, the North Carolina Business Court (NCBC) enforced a contract provision compelling arbitration and prohibiting any discovery prior to the arbitration.[1]             In Taggart v. Physicians Pharmacy Alliance, Inc., James Taggart sold his business, Physicians Pharmacy Alliance, Inc. (“PPA”), in Read More

Lindley Law Now Hiring Associate!

Company Overview              Lindley Law, PLLC is a startup law firm located across the street from the Mecklenburg County Courthouse in uptown Charlotte.  Lindley Law handles civil commercial litigation matters throughout North Carolina, representing corporations, small businesses, and individual clients.  We offer services in various civil litigation practice areas and Read More

Lindley Law is Hiring!

Media Director / Office Manager Position Company Overview            Lindley Law, PLLC is a startup law firm located across the street from the Mecklenburg County Courthouse in uptown Charlotte.  Lindley Law handles civil commercial litigation matters throughout North Carolina, representing corporations, small businesses, and individual clients.  We offer services in various Read More

North Carolina Business Court: Employment Agreements Automatically Terminate Upon the Sale of a Company

          A recent decision by the North Carolina Business Court held that an employment agreement automatically terminates upon the asset sale of one company to another, despite continued employment with the purchasing company.[1]          In 2001, Andrew Lund executed an employment agreement with his then-employer, Southern Staircases of Read More