Successfully represented a Fortune 200 employer in trial and appeal against a former employee who engaged in self-dealing in breach of his fiduciary obligations to his employer (employee had directed work and business to vendors in which he had an undisclosed financial interest).  Received judgment in favor of employer (in excess of $1,000,000), which was ultimately upheld on appeal to the North Carolina Supreme Court.  Obtained creative remedies, including constructive trusts over cars, horses, and workers compensation payments.

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$50M senior-secured revolving credit facility to a discount retail electronics company
Represented a lead agent and lender in connection with a $50 million senior-secured revolving credit facility provided to a discount retail more
Real estate financing for large insurance company
Represented large insurance company in a multimillion dollar interim and permanent loan secured by a portfolio of self-storage facilities. more
Cooper v. Sony Music Entertainment Inc., et al.
Defended Sony Music Entertainment Inc., So So Def Productions and other defendants in a series of lawsuits asserting copyright infringement and other more
Acquisition by pharmaceutical company
Represented pharmaceutical company before the Federal Trade Commission in connection with antitrust merger review.  Advised pharmaceutical company on more