Welcome to Morningstar Law Group
Morningstar Law attorneys share a vision of where the practice of law should go and how best to help our clients succeed. Collectively, we believe the practice of law can be different.
Morningstar Law Group is based on a core set of shared principles, the chief of which is the client comes first. Always. Additionally, Morningstar Law Group is committed to a new model of sophisticated legal practice, one in which a full service business law firm can tailor its legal services in a manner that provides maximum value and flexibility for our clients. Finally, Morningstar Law Group operates as a true partnership, with individuals who are dedicated to each other and to the community in which they live and work.
Morningstar Law Group is a business law firm that offers a suite of practices, including corporate, securities, employment, real estate, land use, litigation and intellectual property.
Meet the former "big law" attorneys who have come together to form Morningstar Law Group. These experienced professionals bring a wealth of expertise to a firm that understands that serving clients is the pinnacle of practicing law.
Client Alert: New FTC Acting Chairman Signals More Pro-Business Approach
February 8, 2017
By Jennifer Van Doren Following President Trump’s designation of Maureen J. Ohlhausen as Acting Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, many businesses are breathing a hopeful sigh of relief. Ohlhausen has been a Commissioner since April 4, 2012, in a term that ends in September 2018. Since her designation as Acting Chairman, Ohlhausen has signaled that […]
Morningstar Law Group Partner Swain Wood Named as General Counsel to NC Attorney General
January 23, 2017
Morningstar Law Group is proud to announce that its partner Swain Wood has been named General Counsel to the Attorney General, by North Carolina’s new Attorney General, Josh Stein. Wood, a litigator whose practice has focused on intellectual property litigation and complex business disputes, will leave Morningstar Law Group and join the Department of Justice […]