A partner in the firm’s Charlotte office, Todd’s 16 years of experience and numerous jury trials allow him to represent clients in a variety of practice areas. He was recently named a Rising Star by North Carolina Super Lawyers .
Todd attended both college and law school at Wake Forest University. He played on Wake Forest’s soccer team in college, and still enjoys coaching his kids’ youth soccer teams.
Articles, Presentations, and Publications
•How Tight is North Carolina’s ‘Sealed Container’ Defense?
•FAQ for North Carolina Product Liability Claims
•Top 7 Defenses for Product Liability Lawsuits in North Carolina
•Frequently Used Defenses in Motor Vehicle Lawsuits
•Speaker at North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys annual meeting: “Automobile Liability Defenses.”
•NC Super Lawyers Rising Star (2016)
Most Recent Posts
How Tight is North Carolina’s “Sealed Container” Defense for Sellers of Products?
In North Carolina, a seller who is not involved in the manufacture of a product can often use the “sealed...
17 Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog Attorneys Named to 2016 North Carolina Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH) is proud to announce that 16 of its attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2016 North Carolina Super Lawyers and 2016 North Carolina Rising Stars lists....
Top 7 Defenses for Product Liability Lawsuits in North Carolina
Product liability insurance policy holders must be aware of the defenses available to them when faced with a claim. This article discusses the top 7 defenses available under North Carolina law....
FAQ for North Carolina Product Liability Claims
1. Does North Carolina follow strict liability for product liability claims? No. North Carolina requires that a plaintiff prove negligence to...
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP Names Three New Partners
CSH Law, names three new partners with diverse litigation experience: Ginger Hunsucker, Todd King, and Jennifer Welch....
•Mecklenburg County Bar, Member
•Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, Member
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