Womble Bond Dickinson discusses the North Carolina Business Court’s decision in Curtis Albright v. Vining-Sparks Securities, Inc., et al., No. 18-18223, opinion (N.C. Super. Ct. Dec. 31, 2019), finding that the right to inspect a Tennessee entity’s business records was a “transitory claim” that can be brought in any jurisdiction, in A Statutory Inspection Claim Need Not Be Brought In The Foreign Company’s Home Jurisdiction, Even If That Foreign Jurisdiction Is Delaware.