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8th Annual North Carolina Business Court CLE

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Date Published

October 23, 2020

Publisher

Mecklenburg County Bar

Subjects

Business Law, General, State Bar & Court Updates, Technology

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Summary

Part 1:

  • An Introduction to the Business Court, The Honorable Louis A. Bledsoe, III. Chief Business Court Judge (Charlotte)
  • Case Law Update: A Review of Recent Business Court Decisions, Bradley R. Kutrow, McGuireWoods LLP; Brian A. Kahn, McGuireWoods LLP


  • Part 2: Effective Technology in the Business Court in the Wake of COVID-19
  • Overview of Business Court Technological Capabilities, Thomas W. Estes, North Carolina Business Court Coordinator
  • Best Practices for Remote Hearings in the North Carolina Business Court, Lauren Schantz, Law Clerk to the Honorable Louis A. Bledsoe, III and the Honorable Adam M. Conrad
  • Effective Advocacy in the Virtual World, Brian L. Church, Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A.; Kimberly M. Martson, Brooks Pierce McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard; Morgan H. Rogers, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP


  • Part 3: The Business Court: A View from Raleigh, William McKinney, General Counsel to Governor Roy Cooper

    Part 4: Judges' Panel: Business Court Update, The Honorable Louis A. Bledsoe III, Chief Business Court Judge (Charlotte); The Honorable Gregory P. McGuire, Special Superior Court Judge for Complex Business Cases (Raleigh); The Honorable Adam M. Conrad, Special Superior Court Judge for Complex Business Cases (Charlotte); The Honorable James L. Gale, Senior Business Court Judge (Greensboro)

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    Program Titles and Supporting Materials

    This program contains the following components:

    Video Presentation - Part 1
    Video Presentation - Part 2
    Video Presentation - Part 3
    Video Presentation - Part 4
    Handouts
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