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.

Click here to read more about Morningstar Law Group’s core principles.


Practice Areas

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.

 

Our Attorneys

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.

Latest News

  • What CEOs and other executives can learn from the Equifax data security breach fiasco
    September 12, 2017

    by Richard J. Caira, Jr. Last week there was yet another massive data breach of an ostensible industry bastion – Atlanta-based credit bureau Equifax – resulting in the loss of the personally-identifiable information of over 143 million people in the United States. For perspective, the entire U.S. population is currently around 325 million, of which […]

  • Morningstar’s Bill Brian quoted by Herald Sun in Russian hacking story
    September 11, 2017

    Bill Brian, current Durham County Board of Elections (BOE) chair and a founding member of Morningstar Law Group, was quoted by The Herald Sun regarding reports of Russian hacking allegations during the 2016 presidential election. Last week, Durham’s BOE released a statement refuting several points that were featured in a New York Times story: “Neither Durham County […]