Where an individual owes a fiduciary duty to his employer if the individual breaches that duty while working for a competitor, the competitor may be vicariously liable to the employer for the individual’s breach. Global Textile Alliance, Inc. v. TDI Worldwide, LLC, et al, 2018 NCBC 121. (J. […]
Since its establishment in 1996, the North Carolina Business Court has expanded from a single judge hearing a limited number of cases to five judges issuing written opinions on a nearly daily basis. As the Business Court’s work has expanded and evolved, so too has the law that dictates how North Carolina companies do business. This blog hopes to highlight and explain how certain decisions will affect companies doing business in North Carolina.