In North Carolina, the ability to assign cases involving complex questions of business law can be designated to be heard by the Business Court, rather than the general courts. The Business Court uses specialized judges, with extensive knowledge of business law, like the Uniform Commercial Code, the LLC Act, and the North Carolina Business Corporations Act.
Over at the North Carolina Business Litigation Report, Mack Sperling points us to an article in Directorship Magazine's annual Guide to State Ligitation. In that article, North Carolina's Business Court is hailed as a model for the rest of the nation.
It's no surprise. Our out-of-state clients are often thrilled when I tell them their complex business cases can be heard by a specialized court, with specialized judges. That is usually not an option available to them in their home states, so in many cases, litigants will opt to forego "home field advantage" and instead allow their cases to proceed here.