Cox v. Mitchell, February 27, 2007 (Tennille)(unpublished)

The Court denied an objection to designation of a case as a complex business case, apparently made on the ground that the law of North Carolina might not apply. The Court held that "[]t is sufficient for purposes of removal to the Business Court that there are issues concerning which law applies which will have industry-wide application. The potential thus exists for the establishment of case law which may prove useful to consumers of and businesses selling financial products."

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