• Blog Post

    Stormy Daniels and Uber: How Nondisclosure Agreements Affect Your Rights

    Lately the term “non-disclosure agreements” (or “NDAs”)  have inundated the news. These secretive agreements are now forefront in headlines about Stormy Daniels’ alleged affair with President Trump and Uber’s evolving corporate culture in response to claims of sexual harassment and discrimination. This has left many non-lawyers wondering: why do parties enter non-disclosure agreements and how do these agreements work? NDAs are contractual agreements designed to keep specified information confidential.  Such agreements list and/or describe the information prohibited from disclosure and the punishment for disclosing such information, often, a large sum of money known as liquidated damages.  Generally, parties are free to enter a non-disclosure agreement regarding any information, except that…

  • Blog Post

    Stormy Daniels and Uber: How Nondisclosure Agreements Affect Your Rights

    Lately the term “non-disclosure agreements” (or “NDAs”)  have inundated the news. These secretive agreements are now forefront in headlines about Stormy Daniels’ alleged affair with President Trump and Uber’s evolving corporate culture in response to claims of sexual harassment and discrimination. This has left many non-lawyers wondering: why do parties enter non-disclosure agreements and how do these agreements work? NDAs are contractual agreements designed to keep specified information confidential.  Such agreements list and/or describe the information prohibited from disclosure and the punishment for disclosing such information, often, a large sum of money known as liquidated damages.  Generally, parties are free to enter a non-disclosure agreement regarding any information, except that…

  • Firm News

    Welcome Katherine Cassidy

    We are thrilled to announce our newest employee, Katherine Cassidy, has joined the firm as a paralegal. Katherine grew up in Mocksville, North Carolina with one older brother. Following her graduation from Davie County High School she attended The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. While at UNC-Charlotte she was an active member of Delta Zeta Sorority where she held multiple leadership positions, she was also a member of Alpha Phi Sigma, The National Criminal Justice Honors Society, and Pi Sigma Alpha, The National Political Science Honors Society. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Criminal Justice with Cum Laude Honors.   She attended The University of…

  • Blog Post

    An Interview with Marketing Director Liz Kemper

    What do you like about working at Lindley Law? I have never worked for a small law firm before and I absolutely love it. I wish I’d done it years ago. There’s something exciting about being a part of a relatively new firm where we are all working as a team to figure out how to strengthen the firm and make our clients happy. Most of our clients are individuals or small business owners who have very real problems that we help them solve as efficiently as possible.  In previous jobs, most of the clients my companies served were very large banks or corporations and it wasn’t very personal. I…

  • Blog Post

    Discovering Lindley Law, an Interview with Trey Lindley

              When founding Lindley Law, my vision was to create a boutique litigation practice known as one of the best in the region for the services we offer, primarily in civil litigation.  What separates Lindley Law from other law firms is our dedication to clients, commitment to engaging in meaningful work, and ability to adapt and create solutions for our clients and our business.             No law firm exists without clients.  We are here to serve them; they aren’t here to serve us. I mean it when I say we hold the needs of our clients paramount. Vigilance is the word…

  • Firm News

    Lindley Law Secures Order Striking Deed from Chain of Title

    Earlier this month, Lindley Law secured an order declaring a contested deed null and void for lack of proper authentication.  Representing the guardian of the estate of an elderly woman who was adjudicated incompetent, Lindley Law sought to protect her property interest from an attempted transfer by her son.   Lindley Law alleged the deed was invalid under eight different legal theories, including fraud and forgery.  In performing its due diligence, Lindley Law located the mother’s notarized signature from twenty-nine (29) other documents over a time period spanning more than twenty (20) years.  The signature on the deed in question did not resemble the other known signatures, but a handwriting…