Lacey Moore Duskin

227 W Trade St
Charlotte, NC 28202
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Lacey Moore Duskin

Lacey represents clients in a wide variety of litigation and appellate matters in both state and federal court.  

Lacey has practiced law in Charlotte for more than 15 years.  Prior to joining Bell, Davis & Pitt, Lacey gathered litigation experience in many diverse areas including complex business litigation, products liability, toxic tort litigation, construction law, lender liability, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, distressed credit, curative title issues, and intellectual property protection.  Recently, Lacey has found herself representing corporations in litigation derivative of distressed credit, such as adversary proceedings in bankruptcy, lender liability, and breach of contract matters.

Lacey has first chaired both jury and bench trials and has extensive experience with both the state and federal rules of evidence, rules of court, motion practice, and trial procedure. Lacey has developed an appellate practice and as a result frequently appears in both state and federal appellate courts.   

Lacey is a native Charlottean.  She attended Providence High School and went on to attend the University of Georgia where she majored in political science.  After graduating from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama, Lacey returned to Charlotte to begin her legal career.  Away from the office, Lacey and her husband, Mac, enjoy spending time at Lake Norman with their black lab Hap (named after Hap’s Grill in Salisbury, NC where her husband is from).  Lacey also enjoys history, traveling, wine, yoga, and making homemade strawberry preserves with her grandmother.


Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama (J.D., 2002); Dean’s List; American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Senior Associate Editor

University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia (B.A., Political Science, 1999)

Bar & Court Admittance

State Courts of North Carolina

State Courts of Mississippi

All United States District Courts in North Carolina

All United States District Courts in Mississippi

United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

North Carolina Creditors Bar Association

Mecklenburg County Bar Property Law Section

Mecklenburg County Bar Litigation Law Section

Professional Activities


North Carolina State Bar Association

Mecklenburg County Bar: Litigation Section, Bankruptcy Section, Real Property Section and Foreclosure Section


North Carolina Creditors Bar Association

Representative Experience

Represented and assisted an SEC appointed Receiver in resolving and managing over $22 million in victim claims. Lacey assisted in the liquidation of the receivership assets and coordinated the disbursement to the victims.  

Successfully represented a client before both the trial court and the appellate court in a dispute regarding a shareholder derivative suit.

Represented a national industry group, acting as local counsel, in the prosecution of copyright infringement claims pending in United States District Courts in North Carolina.

Drafted complex supply purchase agreements and other commercial transaction documents.

Successfully defended a client in a multi-state non-compete dispute.