University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D., with high honors, 2011, Order of the Coif; Executive Articles Editor, North Carolina Law Review, 2010-11
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.A. in City and Regional Planning, 2011
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., with honors, 2004
Stuart Pratt maintains a diverse commercial litigation practice, with a focus in bankruptcy and creditors' rights and mass tort and product liability. In addition to representing companies as both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of business disputes, he has particular experience representing commercial lenders in disputes with borrowers and guarantors and defending trade creditors in bankruptcy preference actions. Stuart also serves on the Robinson Bradshaw team representing the debtor in a closely watched asbestos bankruptcy case.
Prior to law school, Stuart joined Teach for America and spent two years teaching fifth-grade students at a public school in New York City.
Represents manufacturer in asbestos bankruptcy case, including adversary proceedings brought against asbestos plaintiffs' law firms.
Represents water treatment company in appeal of multimillion-dollar trial court judgment involving trade secrets, employment covenants not to solicit and other employment-related claims, including punitive damages.
Represents corporate plaintiff in litigation against former executive for breach of fiduciary duty and other claims.
Represents apparel wholesaler in litigation over breach of contract claims.
Represented real estate developer and helped secure judgment against regional grocery store tenant in ejectment litigation.
Represented a variety of trade creditors in defending bankruptcy preference actions and secured favorable outcomes.
Represented national bank and secured summary judgment against borrower and guarantors in collection action.
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