A veteran Charlotte attorney takes a seat Tuesday on the state’s Superior Court, specializing in complex business cases.
Gov. Pat McCrory named Louis Bledsoe as a special Superior Court judge, where he will serve a five-year term on the Business Court in Charlotte.
Bledsoe is a partner with the law firm Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson and has specialized in business litigation during his 30-year career.
He is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill and Harvard Law School.
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In a statement, McCrory said he appointed Bledsoe because of his experience in commercial litigation. Michael Gordon