Anthony D. Taibi is founder of the Taibi Law Group, PLLC.
Primary Focus & Experience
Tony Taibi has extensive experience in personal injury and civil and commercial litigation. Tony has won the respect of opposing counsel and courts in over twenty years of practice in the trial and appellate courts of North Carolina. Tony welcomes complex cases that span personal injury and business litigation including matters involving fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract.
After graduating with Highest Honors and First in his class from Duke Law, Tony clerked for the late Judge Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr., United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. He was Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, and has worked as a transactional securities and finance lawyer.
Tony has been awarded a Peer Review Rating of “AV Preeminent” by Martindale-Hubbell: its highest rating-signifying that a large number of the lawyer's peers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence in legal knowledge, communication skills and ethical standards. Tony is also a Life Member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States, with membership limited to attorneys who, as Principal Counsel, have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements
Mr. Taibi is an active member of the North Carolina Advocates For Justice (formerly, Academy of Trial Lawyers). His article A Good Lawsuit Requires More Than a Bad Bargain was published in Trial Briefs magazine 2013. His article Constructive Fraud for the Consumer Lawyer was published in December 2007.
Tony enjoys lecturing and public speaking, and has a continuing interest in legal scholarship and economic policy. Additional publications include, Banking, Finance and Community Economic Empowerment: Structural Economic Theory, Procedural Civil Rights and Substantive Racial Justice, 107 Harvard Law Review 1463 (1994); Racial Justice in the Age of the Global Economy: Community Empowerment and Global Strategy, 44 Duke Law Journal 928 (1995); Environmental Justice, Structural Economic Theory, and Community Economic Empowerment, 9 St. John's Journal of Legal Commentary 491 (1994); Race Consciousness, Communitarianism and Banking Regulation, 1992 University of Illinois Law Review 1103; and, Politics and Due Process: The Rhetoric of Social Security Disability Law, 1990 Duke Law Journal 913.