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Individual Liability for Owners of a North Carolina Corporation Without Personal Guarantee

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One reason corporate structures were created was to protect individual business owners and related entities from personal liability. Unfortunately, some parties  take advantage of the corporate structure by acting improperly ...

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Unauthorized Practice of Law by a Corporation, LLC, or S-Corp

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When a corporation, LLC, or S-Corp is involved in a lawsuit, can an agent appear in court on the corporation’s behalf? The answer in North Carolina is no. North Carolina General Statute § 84-5 provides that a corporation ...

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Handling North Carolina Wage Claims for Employee Unpaid Vacation Time

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States vary as to whether or not vacation pay or sick leave pay must be paid to employees when their period of employment ends with a company.  Although North Carolina does not require employers to provide paid time off, if ...

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False Claims Act Attorney | Federal Civil Litigation Defense Lawyer

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The False Claims Act (31 USC 3729, et seq) is an important federal law that creates civil liability for those that defraud the government.  A company or individual that submits a false claim for payment to the government can ...

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Contribution Among Joint Tortfeasors Under N.C.G.S. § 1B-1

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An important facet of North Carolina tort law is “joint and several liability.” This rule entitles a Plaintiff to recover all of his or her damages from any one Defendant, even if there are additional Defendants who are ...

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