Washington and Lee University, J.D., magna cum laude, 2018; Order of the Coif; Symposium Editor, Washington and Lee Law Review
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S., summa cum laude, 2015; Phi Beta Kappa
Spencer Wiles advises and represents clients in complex disputes. He maintains a diverse litigation practice, including matters involving employment, noncompetition and trade secrets, insurance coverage, unfair and deceptive trade practices, fraud and general business disputes. Spencer also maintains an active sports and entertainment practice and has successfully resolved disputes between motorsports teams, drivers and sponsors.
He has experience in various stages of litigation in federal and state court, including the North Carolina Business Court.
Represents motorsports teams, drivers and sponsors in disputes involving driver replacements, sponsorship agreements and intellectual property issues.
Secured preliminary injunction in state court enforcing nationwide noncompetition agreement for an industrial air filtration client and prohibiting former executive from going to work for a direct competitor.
Advised national health care business in a federal case against a regional hospital involving breach of contract and unfair business practices.
Represented asset management firm in federal case against a placement agent involving breach of contract, fraud and unfair business practices.
Advises national perimeter security provider on recovery of personal property in disputes throughout the country.
Represents restaurant franchisor in federal court action brought by a franchisee alleging fraud and unfair and deceptive trade practices.
Represented restaurant chain in putative collective action asserting violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Represented national university in a successful pre-litigation mediation related to Title IX allegations made by student-athletes.
Represents property owners and developers in condemnation proceedings brought by municipalities and state agencies.
Represented an insured in property insurance coverage lawsuit in the North Carolina Business Court involving claim in excess of $26 million.
Represents and counsels policyholders relative to their insurance coverage needs.
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