The North Carolina Business Court is a specialized forum of the superior court division. Cases involving complex and significant issues of corporate and commercial law in our state are assigned by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina to a special superior court judge for complex business cases who oversees resolution of all matters in the case through trial.
Established in 1996, the Business Court has locations in Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem.
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North Carolina Business Court Email Alerts for Opinions and Orders of Significance
You may sign up to receive email alerts announcing the publication of the North Carolina Business Court’s Orders and Opinions and Orders of Significance on this page below.
ORDER AND OPINION ON MOTION TO DISMISS CONDITIONAL COUNTERCLAIMS
ORDER AND OPINION ON MOTION TO DISMISS
ORDER AND OPINION ON PLAINTIFF AVADIM HEALTH, INC., AND COUNTERCLAIM DEFENDANT STEPHEN WOODY'S JOINT MOTION TO DISMISS
ORDER AND OPINION ON DEFENDANTS' MOTIONS FOR JUDGMENT NOTWITHSTANDING THE VERDICT AND A NEW TRIAL
ORDER AND OPINION ON DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS
Recent Orders of Significance
ORDER ON REQUEST FOR BIFURCATED TRIAL OF PHASE I ISSUES
ORDER ON DESIGNATION
ORDER ON DESIGNATION
ORDER ON AEO DESIGNATIONS
ORDER OF DESIGNATION
This service allows you to electronically file to an existing case, request an e-filing account, or recover your username or password for an existing account.
Search and view Business Court dockets.
Concise reference guide for the eFiling process, including answers to frequently-asked questions.
Alpine Case Management System (requires employee login).
Court Review application (requires employee login).
For general inquiries please direct your attention to:
Thomas W. Estes, Business Court Coordinator
The Business Court has four locations. Find contact info for each.
For case-specific inquiries, please contact the chambers of the assigned judge. Case assignments may be found on the Court’s public docket.
For eFiling technical and after-hours support, please contact the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC) Help Desk at (919) 890-2407. Please request that your ticket be directed to Steve Kulig’s eFiling development team.