North Carolina Business Court CLE Program Features Fred Monroe as Speaker
October 31, 2019 (Charlotte, N.C.)—James, McElroy & Diehl, P.A. (JMD) is pleased to announce that Fred B. Monroe, J.D., M.B.A. (Finance) a partner in the firm’s Business Litigation practice, presented at the 7th Annual North Carolina Business Court CLE: Update on Litigation in North Carolina’s Specialized Forum for Complex Business Matters.
The CLE program was put on by the Mecklenburg County Bar and featured Fred speaking on “Business Valuation Issues that Give Valuators, Lawyers, and Judges Heartburn.” Fred’s presentation was a joint effort with George Hawkins of Banister Financial, Inc. and Jon Strickland with Elliott Davis LLC. To view the presentation, please click here.
The entire CLE included 10 speakers plus a Judges’ Panel with four judges from across the state of North Carolina.
Fred has practiced law in Charlotte since 1997. At JMD, Fred focuses his civil litigation practice on representing individuals and companies involved in complex business disputes. Fred’s trial experience, when coupled with his educational background in the areas of finance and accounting, provide him with a distinctive ability to counsel clients on business litigation issues.
Fred is uniquely qualified to assist individuals and businesses involved in complex disputes in areas such as: derivative actions, dissolutions, waste of assets, minority shareholder rights, controlling shareholder obligations, dissenting shareholder rights, officers’ and directors’ liability, executive compensation, restrictive covenants, trade secrets, employee stock ownership plans, business valuation issues, financial products, and estates and trusts. To learn more about Fred, please click here.