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THE TRIANGLE REMAINS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE AND WORK

As with most businesses, HSLC receives a steady stream of email and publications related to the business and family climate of this area we call home.  Just this week, the North Carolina Department of Commerce released employment statistics which the…

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Tech Company Establishes Raleigh Headquarters

On May 26, 2016, it was announced that Silicon Valley tech company, WalkMe Inc., has established its regional headquarters in Raleigh, with plans to expand operations and create hundreds of jobs in Wake County.  WalkMe is a cloud-based, context-intelligent internet…

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Cody Loughridge Graduates Leadership Cary

Congratulations to our recent graduate!  Cody Loughridge completed the Leadership Cary 2015-2016 program with the Cary Chamber of Commerce.  The program description provides as follows: Each year a select group of Cary business people join our program to learn more…

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HSLC Launches Technology Law Page

HSLC is pleased to announce that it has launched its Technology Law Page.  HSLC regularly represents clients on technological issues in both the transactional and litigation context.  We hope that the information and resources prove useful:  https://hscattorneys.com/technology-law/

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Sports Tourism and the Triangle

Ever wonder whether all the traffic and hoopla surrounding sporting events in the Triangle is worth the trouble?  A report released on May 12, shows that the recent NCAA sub-regional in Raleigh brought $4.6 million dollars into the Triangle economy…

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Amazon Brings Renewable Energy to NC

By the end of 2016, Amazon will debut the first utility-scale wind farm in North Carolina.  Construction is well under way in Perquimans and Pasquotank counties in eastern North Carolina on what will eventually be a 208-megwatt wind farm called…

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Chad Cochran Joins Post-Judgment Legislative Task Force

After lawsuits come judgments.  In the civil world, judgments often include a court award of monetary damages.  The judgment creditor then holds certain rights to collect the debt owed.  North Carolina's laws underlying this enforcement regime are somewhat antiquated.  In…

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YMCA Golf Marathon – April 25, 2016

HSLC is a proud sponsor of the Golf Marathon which benefits our local YMCA.  Each golfer plays 100 holes of golf during the day.  Golfers usually motor through the day with golf carts and plenty of lost balls.  Nan Hannah…

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Construction Costs on the Rise

A quick search of news outlets or the Internet confirms what most of us already could sense, construction costs are on the rise.  The projections seem to agree that in 2016, the annualized rate of that increase could be as…

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CHEERFUL HOSTS

You are a citizen and resident of Wake County who did not attend one of the eight institutions of higher education represented in the NCAA tournament currently underway at the PNC Arena.  The traffic generated Thursday afternoon when the afternoon…

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Murky Changes to North Carolina Sales Tax

On March 1, 2016, a new sales tax took effect across North Carolina, which expanded the number of services subject to sales tax.  Previously, businesses which provided labor services and materials, such as auto repair providers, were responsible for collecting…

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4ALL Statewide Service Day – March 4, 2016

North Carolina lawyers will be standing by to take your calls on Friday, March 4, as participants in the North Carolina Bar Association’s ninth annual 4ALL Statewide Service Day. Hannah Sheridan Loughridge & Cochran, LLP are proud participants in the Raleigh/Triangle…

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Bankruptcy Stay means “Stay”!

Ever wonder what would happen if you continued collection efforts either during a bankruptcy case or after a discharge was issued?  Your lawyer will tell you it is not wise to ignore the automatic stay, but have you ever been…

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