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Collections from North Carolina Limited Liability Companies owned by Judgment Debtors — Raleigh Business Litigation Attorneys

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Our law firm is often asked by our business clients about the benefits in protection from individual personal liability as a result of  organizing their small business as a Limited Liability Company.  LLCs generally protect ...

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Raleigh Breach of Contract Attorneys and Business Litigation Lawyers

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Except for a few varieties of agreements subject to North Carolina’s “statute of frauds,” most other agreements may become written or oral contracts. Both types are recognized by North Carolina law; you do not ...

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Damages in Construction Litigation for your In-Home Addition

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I have been getting lots of calls from discouraged home owners who have had issues with their general contractor on in-home addition projects such as a deck or a garage. These home owners want to know what damages are ...

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First Law Suit for a Business – Small Claims Court Basics

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I get lots of calls from fledgling business owners facing the prospect of their first civil litigation, which often takes place in the District Court Division – Small Claims, or Small Claims Court. Does one need a business ...

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More on the train wreck that is oral agreements

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I wrote an article a few days ago regarding the enforceability of oral agreements, and then like clockwork, two days later, I have a client ask me if their oral agreement is enforceable. Now, this was quite disconcerting for ...

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We’ve got an Oral Agreement, Uh oh…

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With the economy the way it is, I’ve had a lot of clients come to me recently attempting to enforce an oral agreement. I’ve seen contracts as high as $200,000.00 which were done on a handshake. Now a handshake is nice, I ...

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Bait and Switch Tactics Against Consumers

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It might be a savvy negotiating tactic to agree to something, force the other party to commit their time and resources to you, and then use that opportunity to leverage better terms, but for consumers, it’s a nightmare. ...

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