Business and Commercial Litigation
Non-Compete, Non-Solicit, and Confidentiality Agreements
Class Action Litigation
Wage and Hour Compliance, Including Overtime and Full-Time Employee Status
Employee Discipline, Termination and Other Personnel Matters
Review of Employment Contracts
Representation Before EEOC, Employment Security Commission and Department of Labor
Marc Gustafson has been litigating for 15 years. He has represented individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies in employment matters, contract disputes, and a variety of business matters. Marc also has experience as an in-house attorney for a publicly traded company. Marc sees his role as a counselor of law and works closely with his clients to develop a relationship that best represents their legal, financial, and personal interests.
Marc is licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of North Carolina and Georgia. He has had articles published in the NC Lawyers Weekly, Deal Lawyers, and the Charlotte Observer. He has also been featured by the Charlotte Business Journal, WSOC, nFocus magazine, and Charlotte Viewpoint. Marc is a Business North Carolina Legal Elite, Super Lawyers Rising Star, and Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rated attorney.
Marc is a graduate of Monroe High School, the UNC School of Education (1997), where he was a North Carolina Teaching Fellow, and the Indiana University School of Law (2001).
Marc is also active in the community, serving on the Board of the Arts and Science Council, as the Chair of the Public Art Commission, and on the Board of 24 Hours of Booty. Marc is also the Executive Director of Charlotte Viewpoint, a non-profit arts publication. In the past, Marc has served on the UNC Board of Visitors, the ASC Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, the Boards of the McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Common Grounds Farm Stand, and the Spokes Group. Marc is an Eagle Scout.
Marc and his wife, Jane, have two young boys, Knox and William.