Business courts or complex commercial divisions are growing in popularity as an effective tool to channel the most complex civil cases into one place before experienced judges with the background and training necessary to resolve the sophisticated issues often presented in those cases. According to North Carolina Business Court Judge Ben F. Tennille, one of the first judicial advocates of the business court model, the evolution of specialty business courts is a necessary response to “‘the rapidly increasing complexity, rate of change and globalization of business.’”
In 2005, Fulton County Superior Court launched a Business Case Division (“Fulton Business Court”) to better serve the business litigants within its district. In the past eight years, the Fulton Business Court has demonstrated that,through specialization, the judicial system can evolve to fit the demands of the modern business community.
Megan K. Johnson,
Fulton County Business Court: A Specialized Solution for the Modern Business Community,
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