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Banner Year for Tourism in Wake County

According to The Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau, tourism tax revenues for Wake County topped more than $47 million in 2015, the highest year on record.  Both occupancy tax collections and prepared food\beverage tax collections showed increases of approximately…

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HSLC Launches New Civil Litigation Page

We are excited to announce the launch of our new Civil Litigation page on our website.  We hope this resource proves useful for clients and friends of our law firm:  https://hscattorneys.com/litigation/  

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Tax Changes for 2016

Tax season is upon us, and we are all about to spend more time with W-2's, K-1's, and 1099's than makes for a good time.  At the same time, a few changes have hit the books for income and spending…

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2016 – Really?

Happy New Year to all.  Have you made your resolutions?  The lawyers and staff at Hannah Sheridan Loughridge & Cochran wish you a happy and healthy 2016.  We hope you will experience joy and success in the coming year. Given…

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Solar Power On the Rise in North Carolina

Duke Energy Corp. recently announced plans to build 2 large solar projects in Monroe and Mocksville, North Carolina.  The 2 solar projects, the first owned and operated by Duke Energy Carolinas, will have a combined capacity of more than 75…

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The Life of A Business

HSLC regularly counsels start-up companies on the structural decisions which will enable the business to grow.  Forbes recently published an interesting article on the next step in the process, transitioning from start-up to scale-up phase.  After businesses are settled, we regularly see…

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EMAIL AND TELEPHONE SCAMMERS ARE ACTIVE

This headline is certainly not news, but within a span of five minutes, I received two separate “scam warnings”. The first, while written with a tongue firmly planted in the author’s cheek, noted that an email scammer sent a “warning”…

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Telecommunications Provider Bringing More Jobs to Durham

Frontier Communications Corporation, a Connecticut-based telecommunications provider that offers services in 15 countries, announced plans to expand its operations in the Triangle.  Earlier this month, Frontier revealed plans to add 200 jobs in Durham, North Carolina in order to establish…

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Survey Shows That 90 percent of IT Departments Are Increasing Budgets in Mobile Apps

Red Hat recently announced the results of an interesting poll.  Their survey of business IT departments showed that 90% of those departments anticipate an increase in mobile application development within the next year:  http://wraltechwire.com/redhat-survey-finds-that-90-percent-of-enterprises-anticipate-increasing-mobile-app-development/15104885/ Why does this matter?  These companies…

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USING DRONES IN CONSTRUCTION

Drones are being used increasingly by construction firms, mapping firms, and public agencies as a growing number of people are using camera-mounted unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to obtain real-time data on job progress, identify potential hazards or workmanship issues, and…

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“Cary On” – 2015 Business Expo

Hannah Sheridan Loughridge & Cochran, LLP would like to let you know that we are joining with almost 100 other business members of the Cary Chamber of Commerce and will be taking part in the 2015 Business Expo – “Cary…

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HSLC Launches New Business Law Page

We are excited to announce the launch of our new Business Law page on our website. We hope this resource proves useful for clients and friends of our law firm:  www.hslc-law.com/business

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Bond Vote Coming to North Carolina in 2016

This week, Governor Pat McCrory signed a bill that will put a $2 billion infrastructure bond proposal to the voters of North Carolina, next spring.  If passed, the money will be ear-marked for infrastructure repairs and expansions across the state…

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Downtown Durham Approves a Major Construction Project

Congratulations to the City of Durham, as they recently laid the groundwork for renovation of a vacant tobacco factory near the existing American Tobacco Campus.  The project should continue to revitalize the downtown area.  A life sciences company recently purchased…

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