The Jackson Law Group’s mission to represent parties victimized by corporate misconduct extends to working on behalf of small business concerns. We have considered experience in prosecuting cases on behalf of small businesses which have been injured by the predatory or anticompetitive behavior of larger companies. Recent examples of our work in this area include:
- Prosecuting a small company’s claim against a large food manufacturer for breach of an international brokerage agreement;
- Representation of a publically traded Winston-Salem company against a “Big Four” accounting firm for accounting negligence;
- Successful representation of a small New York investment bank against a group of North Carolina investors who had squeezed the plaintiff out of a business acquisition the plaintiff had developed.
- Representing a group of limited partners in fraud claim against the general partners.
In addition to the areas described above, our attorneys have handled complex antitrust cases involving the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, the Lanham Act, the Robinson-Patman Act, and the North Carolina’s Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act.