Vince Eisinger is a civil commercial litigator in the firm’s Business Disputes & Litigation; Employment Law; and Administrative, Regulatory & Government Law Practice Groups.  He also supports the firm’s White Collar, Government Investigations and Special Matters Practice Group.  Vince developed his skills as a litigator in the federal and state courts of New York, and he now employs those same skills representing clients in North Carolina or wherever else they may need him.


Vince has substantial experience representing businesses and their owners in a variety of circumstances, whether in contract disputes with another company or defending against class action claims or litigating owners’ claims against one another.

Vince serves as Secretary for the North Carolina World Trade Association and was previously the Interim Vice President.

Representative Matters:

  • Represented private school in defending and settling former students’ action asserting Title IX and contractual claims.
  • Rescued out-of-state trampoline rental company from imminent default judgment on a software contract claim by negotiating a settlement.
  • Successfully* demanded that former customer take down defamatory online posts about roof installation company.
  • Successfully* demanded on behalf of an entertainment company the turnover of software code from a developer based on the parties’ contract.
  • Represented a medical practice in renegotiating settlement terms with the Department of Justice and in appealing denied credentials with private insurers.
  • Enforced judgment for a ready-mix concrete manufacturer against a nonpaying customer.
  • Obtained summary judgment for a creditor enforcing the guaranty of a delinquent loan.
  • Represented a global petroleum company in defending against public nuisance actions and in enforcing judgments.


Vince is an experienced employment attorney who regularly advises businesses about their legal rights and obligations as employers.  He also represents employers in negotiating and litigating disputes with current and former employees.

Vince was named to the 2024 list of Best Lawyers® Ones to Watch in the category of Litigation – Labor and Employment.  He is also a frequent speaker on employment law topics to audiences that include the North Carolina Society for Human Resource Management.

Representative Matters:

  • Defended and obtained a favorable settlement for grant writers accused of violating their nonsolicitation and nondisclosure agreements with their former employer.
  • Filed and subsequently settled an action to enforce a noncompete agreement against the seller of a business who began working for a competitor after the sale.
  • Led the team that successfully* reversed an award for unemployment benefits for an employee who had been terminated for misconduct.
  • Obtained favorable settlement terms in a former quality assurance manager’s action for nonpayment of salary when the employee had been terminated three months into a five-year contract.
  • Negotiated settlement of a noncompete litigation for clients who started a new crawlspace repair business.
  • Defended one of the “Big 4” accounting firms in a class action brought under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. The action ultimately settled.

Other Practice Groups

Vince advises and represents clients in dealing with government agencies both as a member of the Administrative, Regulatory & Government Law Practice Group and as a supporter of the White Collar, Government Investigations and Special Matters Practice Group.  Vince is experienced in litigating actions opposite attorneys from the North Carolina Department of Justice.

Vince was also named to the 2024 list of Best Lawyers® Ones to Watch in the category of Appellate Practice.  Vince regularly represents appellate clients on the merits, and he also has an active practice filing briefs for amicus curiae in the Supreme Court of the United States and other appellate courts.


Vince previously practiced as a commercial litigator with two law firms in New York City.  During that time, he also clerked for the Honorable Jon O. Newman of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Honorable Richard M. Berman of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.  Vince earned his Juris Doctor cum laude from New York University School of Law where he served as an Articles Editor for the New York University Law Review.  He graduated summa cum laude from Brigham Young University (Provo) with a Bachelor of Science in Management.  When he isn’t spending time with his wife and four kids, Vince’s personal interests include football, basketball, and weightlifting.

* The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or law firm’s past results.

Representative matters include work with prior law firms.

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Vince Eisinger Joins Cranfill Sumner LLP

Cranfill Sumner LLP today announced that Vince Eisinger has joined its Raleigh office as an attorney in Civil Litigation. Eisinger will focus his practice primarily in the firm’s White Collar, Government Investigations and Special Matters Practice Group and the Business Disputes and Litigations Practice Group.… Read More