Ward Davis is a certified mediator and arbitrator in North Carolina who focuses much of his practice on various types of business and construction litigation. He also handles matters involving trade secrets and unfair competition, professional negligence, shareholder disputes, insurance coverage and breaches of contracts, among other matters.
Ward has extensive experience representing design professionals or contractors in complex construction litigation. His trade secret and unfair competition practice often involves competing businesses embroiled in disputes over covenants not to compete or non-solicitation agreements.
Ward is a member of the Bar in both North Carolina and South Carolina, and regularly represents clients in both states in federal and state courts. He also frequently represents clients in the North Carolina Business Court.
Davis contributes time to his Charlotte community where he currently serves on the Board of Directors of Community Link and the Charlotte Community Board for Lawyers Mutual Insurance and is an elder at First Presbyterian Church in Charlotte. He is Past Chair of the Charlotte Housing Authority Scholarship Fund Advisory Board and Past President of the Bobbitt Inn of Court.
He is a partner at the law firm Bell, Davis & Pitt in Charlotte.
- Davidson College (B.A., 1994)
- University of North Carolina School of Law (J.D., 1999)
Admitted to Practice
- South Carolina, 1999
- North Carolina, 2001