Stacie Knight is an associate in the firm’s Charlotte office whose practice focuses on financial services litigation.
Her representative experience includes:
- Frequently represents a national consumer lender in connection with a variety of consumer litigation in North Carolina and the surrounding states. Claims defended include alleged violations of federal lending statutes, such as TILA, RESPA, and FCRA, alleged violations of state statutes regulating mortgage lenders, and common law tort claims.
- Frequently represents a national bank in connection with a variety of litigation, including class action and consumer litigation in state and federal courts.
- Successfully represented a large construction company in a complex construction dispute with one of its subcontractors.
- Assisted in the representation of a national bank in litigation involving alleged patent infringement.
- Assisted in the representation of a business owner in connection with an investigation by the United States government under the False Claims Act.
- Assisted in the representation of a publicly traded company in shareholder derivative litigation alleging director malfeasance.
- Assisted in the representation of an international chemical manufacturer in litigation alleging multiple violations of a multimillion-dollar commercial lease.
- Represented a Fortune 50 company in litigation alleging wrongful discharge.
- Represents and advises a variety of other clients in subpoena responses, litigation, and claims assessment.
Ms. Knight received a B.A., with distinction, in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina in 1999 and a J.D. in 2002 from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she was an editorial board member of the Virginia Journal of Law and Technology.
Speeches and Publications
- “Special Report: N.C. Increase Training, Bonding for Mortgage Brokers,” Charlotte Business Journal, Sept. 18, 2009.
- “N.Y. Decision Likely To Impact Consumer Banking,” Charlotte Business Journal, Nov. 11, 2005.