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North Carolina Non-Compete Business Litigation Attorney

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In North Carolina, it is common for employers to seek to protect their business by having employees sign non-compete agreements. Non-compete agreements generally limit, for a particular time and area, the ability for an ...

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Attorney Fee Awards in North Carolina Business Contracts and Collection Cases

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Although the American legal system generally requires that parties bear their own costs, including attorney fees, North Carolina does provide the ability for a court to include attorney fees as part of a judgment in certain ...

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Personal Guarantees on Commercial Contract Collections and the Typical Requirement of Two Signatures under North Carolina Law

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For many startup businesses, it can be impossible to obtain credit without offering a personal guarantee of an owner or officer. If the business is not successful, and cannot pay its debts, this guarantee can come back to ...

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North Carolina Punitive Damages Law

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You are probably familiar with the phrase “punitive damages,” but you may not quite understand what it means and the types of cases where such damages are available. In North Carolina, the majority of controlling law is ...

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Raleigh Business Litigation Attorneys

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Whether you are the sole member of a small limited liability company or the president of an international corporation, the chances are that you will eventually need the assistance of a seasoned business litigation attorney. ...

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Writ of Execution and Transcription of Judgment to Other Counties

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For many litigants, obtaining a judgment in trial court proceedings is easier than the part that comes after – collecting. Forcing a judgment debtor to pay is no easy task, even when the sheriff is involved. First, you have ...

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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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Wake County Construction Lawyer – Successor Liability Against Shut-Down and Dissolved Small Businesses

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In the construction industry it is fairly common to see subcontractors, general contractors, or builders shut their corporate entity down, only to emerge shortly thereafter as a new entity performing the exact same tasks, ...

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North Carolina Contingency Fee Attorneys

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Do you need a lawyer but may not be able to pay an hourly fee? The majority of people who are forced to consider filing a lawsuit have been severely financially impacted by the possible defendant. In the time they need a ...

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Raleigh Retail Debt Collection Lawyer | North Carolina Commercial Creditor Attorney

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Whether you are a startup or an established company with hundreds of outstanding accounts receivable, the collection of AR and other unpaid debts is a major factor in the success of your business. Failure to collect on ...

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