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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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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 Federal Court Litigation Attorney | Eastern District of North Carolina Lawyer

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Within North Carolina there are two court systems – federal and state. North Carolina state courts are “courts of general jurisdiction” whereas the federal courts only have jurisdiction over certain kinds of disputes. ...

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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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Mandatory Mediation in North Carolina Superior Court Cases

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The North Carolina trial courts are separated into two divisions, District Court and Superior Court. Before filing any civil lawsuit, Plaintiff’s counsel must decide the better division in which to litigate his or her ...

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Wake County Claim and Delivery Commercial Collection Attorneys

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Commercial Creditors who are seeking to recover their own property or property that they have a security interest in often will have to spend valuable time and resources in attempting to collect the property or the money ...

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North Carolina Cable Piracy Lawyer for Federal Anti-Piracy Lawsuits Under 47 U.S.C. § 553 and 47 U.S.C. § 605

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Under the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. § 605), it is illegal to publicize or use communications, such as pay-per-view cable television broadcasts, without authority to do so. A similar statute, The Cable & ...

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Raleigh Architect Attorney and Contract Dispute Lawyer

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Most architects, engineers, and other construction professionals will eventually have a dispute requiring the assistance of a civil litigation lawyer. The Raleigh construction law firm of Maginnis Law has represented multiple ...

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Attorney Fees in North Carolina Business Contracts

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North Carolina has traditionally limited recovery of attorney fees in business contracts to certain limited circumstances, even if the contract allowed for the recovery of attorney fees in the event of a dispute or litigation ...

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