Meet our sharp minds.

Sharp minds. Sharp solutions.

Our litigators counsel a wide range of businesses on litigation risk and avoidance.  We seek efficient and innovative solutions outside of the courtroom, and have significant experience in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration.

When litigation becomes necessary though, we are experienced in all state courts including the North Carolina Business Court, and all federal courts in North Carolina.

Our team will advance your position in a zealous and professional fashion, while controlling costs and keeping an eye on your business’s best interests. We understand the potential disruption caused by business litigation, and remain mindful of its impact on your business.

We handle a variety of complex business litigation matters including:

  • Bad faith
  • Bankruptcy litigation
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Business torts
  • Commercial and contractual disputes
  • Partnership and intra-corporate disputes
  • Tortious interference
  • UCC litigation
  • Unfair and deceptive trade practices
Contact Us
William B. Hamel Member bhamel@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0811
Roxanne Matthews Lucy Of Counsel rlucy@horacktalley.com
(704) 377-2500
Keith B. Nichols Member knichols@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0963
Henry N. Pharr III Member hpharr3@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0835
G. Robert Turner, III Member bturner@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0841
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