Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis LLP (HBNSO) represents clients in litigation and corporate transactions. HBNSO & Sanders Law Firm PLLC merged in 2016. Our firm has a companion site at hendricklawfirm.com. Areas of practice include:
NC Condemnation litigation, over 200 inverse condemnation cases filed across North Carolina
Will Contests, Fiduciary violations, Trusts litigation, Estate Litigation, Power of Attorney Abuses
Our experienced NC litigators handle a broad range of commercial cases including, but not limited to, construction cases, derivative shareholder actions, partnership disputes and dissolutions, lending credit litigation, shareholder disputes, trade secret, non-competes, breach of contract, money owed, league disputes, and post-judgment collection matters.
Sports & Entertainment Law
Corporate counsel for leagues, team owners, professional players, arena leases, collective bargaining agreements. Attorney Paul Hendrick helped found the NCBA Sports & Entertainment Law division and was inducted in the ECHL Hall of Fame. For more see: hendricklawfirm.com/services/sports-entertainment-law/
Asset purchase agreements, joint ventures, business entity formation, buy-sell agreements, succession planning, breweries, wineries, distribution agreements. For more information see: hendricklawfirm.com/services/commercial-litigation/
Appellate Practice (Appeals)
Our firm handles appeals to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, North Carolina Supreme Court and North Carolina Court of Appeals.
We are a mid-size North Carolina Law Firm that takes pride in its legal work. One of our landmark litigation cases includes the Kirby v. North Carolina Department of Transportation case. This inverse condemnation ruling by the NC Court of Appeals and NC Supreme Court caused the legislator to repeal the Transportation Corridor Offical Map Act in 2016 with HB 183.
In the NC Estate Litigation practice we have several notable victories, including a 2015 Top 25 Verdicts and Settlements for Power of Attorney Abuse litigation ($1.5 million) and a Will Caveat defense verdict over a $1,000,000 estate. Both cases were reported in nclawyersweekly.com. HBNSO represents caveators (challengers of the will) and propounders (defenders of the will).
Call today to discuss your case and make an appoint at 336-724-4707.