Tim Lendino is a member of Smith Moore Leatherwood's Litigation Practice Group. Tim's practice focuses primarily on commercial disputes and complex business litigation. He represents companies and individuals in a variety of disputes involving commercial contracts, business torts, unfair competition, corporate governance, securities, intellectual property, trade secrets, and complex insurance coverage. Tim also has experience defending businesses in class action lawsuits.
Tim has experience litigating in state and federal courts throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. He has also arbitrated disputes through the American Arbitration Association.
Tim is especially experienced in litigation before the North Carolina Business Court. Prior to joining the firm, Tim served as a law clerk for the Honorable John R. Jolly, Jr. at the North Carolina Business Court. Currently, Tim serves as vice-chair of a committee appointed by the North Carolina Business Court to review and revise the Business Court Rules.
Tim serves as a coordinator of pro bono efforts in Charlotte through his involvement on the Young Lawyers Division Pro Bono Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association.