Whitney's practice is diverse and focuses primarily on complex civil litigation, with an emphasis business disputes. Whitney has extensive experience representing individuals and corporations in claims for breach of contract and business torts, and handles complex cases involving allegations of lender liability. She has represented clients in actions to enforce rights under franchise agreements, and in actions to enjoin competitors from misappropriating proprietary customer, design, and product information. She has defended a financial institution in actions involving fraud perpetrated by its representative. Whitney also defends law firms in actions for legal malpractice. She has also handled several actions for catastrophic injury and wrongful death. Her practice has also taken her before state agencies, where she has aided clients in administrative proceedings, including protests of government contract awards. She regularly practices before both state and federal courts, including state and federal courts of appeal.
Caraballo v. Russell, 2013 U.S. App. LEXIS 11655 (4th Cir. 2013).
Green v. Kearny, 739 S.E.2d 156 (N.C. Ct. App. 2013), affirmed, 748 S.E.2d 143, 2013 N.C. LEXIS 992 (N.C. 2013)
Green v. Kearney, 719 S.E.2d 137, 2011 N.C. App. LEXIS 2352 (N.C. Ct. App. 2011)
Clay v. Monroe , 189 N.C. App. 482 (N.C. Ct. App. 2008)
Negligent Storage of a Firearm-Potential New Claim Ripe for Supreme Court Review , The Resource (North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys), Volume 1, Issue 9, October 2012
Statute of Limitations and Laches No Bar to Claim Against State for Return of Archives Over 100 Years After Original Transfer , The Resource (North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys), Volume 1, Issue 9, October 2012
When Science Is Silent: Examining Compensation of Vaccine-Related Injuries When Scientific Evidence of Causation Is Inconclusive , 42 Wake Forest L. Rev. 303 (2007).