Representing Small Businesses and Individuals on a Contingency Fee Basis

The Paynter Law Firm represents consumers in complex commercial litigation, including antitrust, securities law, and consumer protection litigation. The firm also represents business entities on a contingency basis in cases where a competitor has used unfair or anti-competitive trade practices to gain advantages in the marketplace. In addition, the firm represents individuals injured by the negligence of others. We achieve favorable results for our clients by quickly and accurately marshaling evidence into a compelling narrative for the judge and jury and supporting that narrative with solid legal theories. Because the firm works exclusively on a contingent basis, the firm’s success is tied directly to the client’s success.


On May 26, 2016, Stuart Paynter will present a webinar through the American Bar Association on sports and antitrust law. This program will focus on developments in the area of...

The Paynter Law Firm PLLC has officially opened its newest office located at 106 S. Churton Street, Suite 200 in Hillsborough, North Carolina. The firm’s building was previously home to...

The Paynter Law Firm, PLLC has filed a new complaint against Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland and Platte River Insurance Company, as Sureties for Meracord, LLC. The new complaint was filed...

The Paynter Law Firm, PLLC has filed a class-action lawsuit against Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. ("Valeant") alleging anticompetitive actions and antitrust violations related to Valeant's recently acquired monopoly over the market for certain specialty contact lens materials...

A federal judge gave her final approval to a class action settlement brought by NCAA student-athletes against videogame maker Electronic Arts, the NCAA, and the Collegiate Licensing Company. The lawsuit alleged that EA, NCAA, and CLC conspired to use...



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