North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Covers RoundPoint Mortgage Case



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March 25, 2016

In "NCBC: Jury should decide employee conduct issues," North Carolina Lawyers Weekly reviewed a recent Business Court decision that allows RoundPoint Mortgage Co. v. Florez to move forward with a jury trial. The case alleges that former RoundPoint Mortgage employee Nick Florez and his wife unlawfully recruited fellow workers, stole confidential materials, and breached confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements to begin their own competitive company.

Robinson Bradshaw attorney Charles E. Johnson is representing RoundPoint Mortgage in the case. In his brief, Johnson explained the damages RoundPoint Mortgage sustained as a result of Florez's actions: "RMC's sudden loss of much of its workforce – including many top performers – caused delays and drops in RMC's loan production, resulting in losses of millions of dollars."

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