After over 20 years of successfully prosecuting and defending a broad range of complex civil litigation cases, helping clients solve legal problems remains Kurt Seeber’s passion. He represents businesses, executives, and professionals in complex civil litigation in administrative forums and state and federal trial courts, including bankruptcy court and the North Carolina Business Court. He also handles appeals before the North Carolina Court of Appeals and the North Carolina Supreme Court.
Mr. Seeber counsels clients on a range of business disputes including matters involving insurance coverage, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, unfair and deceptive trade practices, usurpation of corporate opportunities, trade secrets, discrimination and non-compete agreements. He represents businesses in internal investigations and compliance, including matters arising under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, complex occupational disease and product liability matters and has extensive experience litigating multi-party cases and managing and coordinating e-discovery.
In addition, Mr. Seeber regularly handles employment matters including issues arising under ADA, ADAA, FMLA, USERRA, ADEA, FLSA, REDA, OSHA, Title VII, unemployment, and the Workers’ Compensation Act. He also has experience responding to EEOC and/or state agency administrative complaints and advising senior management and human resources departments on a wide range of human resources and organizational issues, including hiring, retention, discipline, termination of employees, leaves of absence and accommodations, discrimination, harassment, and Covid Protocols.
Recent significant engagements include litigation of fraud, fiduciary duty and other claims before the North Carolina Business Court, and litigation of a bankruptcy trustee’s claims against a corporate trustee and surety for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, antitrust and other claims.
Mr. Seeber regularly presents at CLEs and in-house seminars on workers’ compensation and employment-related issues.