Hendrick Bryant’s primary areas :
- Business Law
- Condemnation law
- Civil Appellate Cases in North Carolina and Federal Courts
- Fiduciary litigation (Estate Litigation, Will Contests, Trust abuses)
- Sports Law & Entertainment Law (throughout US and Canada)
- Commercial finance
- Commercial real estate
- Shareholder and partnership disputes
- Intellectual property, trademarks and trade secrets
- Employment law
- Construction law
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Unfair competition
- Estate planning
Our Condemnation Attorneys won a landmark inverse condemnation case against the N.C. Department of Transportation (Kirby v. N.C. Dept. of Transportation, 786 S.E.2d 919). The case was won 3-0 at the N.C. Court of Appeals level and 7-0 at the N.C. Supreme Court. These Map Act cases are now being fought at the trial level.
The firm is actively engaged in property rights actions and eminent domain litigation, specifically actively asserting the inverse condemnation and constitutional rights of hundreds of North Carolina property owners in ongoing lawsuits against North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) in the Kirby related Map Act cases. Hendrick Bryant’s fight in the court system resulted in the Map Act statute being repealed after being on the books for 28 years.
Our attorneys strive to provide efficient, exemplary service and guidance consistent with our clients’ needs. We value each client and understand that every client has different goals, requirements and expectations.