Litigation

Business, educational and municipal entities often find themselves charged in lawsuits where plaintiffs have serious misconceptions. Businesses and insurance companies are viewed as having limitless resources. Educational facilities are awash in statutory issues. Municipalities are seen as having deep pockets. At Campbell Shatley, our attorneys are conscientious and dedicated to serving the needs of our clients in the most efficient manner possible.

While we pride ourselves on our preventative legal work, we do not shy away from litigating in the courtroom. Our attorneys are experienced civil litigators who are diligent and practiced in complex civil litigation. We aggressively defend our clients' rights and resources.

We have appeared as counsel of record in multiple cases and venues, ranging from hundreds of summary ejectment proceedings in front of a magistrate to filing successful appellate briefs at the United States Supreme Court. This broad range of experience offers our clients skilled representation coupled with a depth of understanding and familiarity in a variety of courtrooms.

In addition to our government and public sector clients, we represent and litigate cases on behalf of the North Carolina School Boards Trust, Liberty Mutual and Utica National Insurance Group. Over the years, we have litigated multi-million dollar construction and performance bond claims, school finance claims, employment negligence and contract dispute claims and a variety of claims involving workplace discrimination.

In addition to representing clients in court, our attorneys also employ results oriented negotiation skills and tactics that are proven to resolve contested matters while minimizing legal costs. We work as attentively on our mediations as we do our litigation. By meticulously preparing on behalf of our clients, we are able to negotiate thoroughly for an optimal outcome.

Campbell Shatley is available to provide full legal services for your civil litigation or mediation needs.

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Education and Government

Employment Law

Litigation