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Creditor’s Rights in Bankruptcy

The attorneys of Hannah Sheridan are admitted to practice in the federal bankruptcy courts for…

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Debtor-In-Possession Sale Of Assets: How Does That Work?

Recently, we have seen a new trend developing and it seems worth discussing in case…

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E-Verify: Are You in Compliance?

Earlier this decade, the North Carolina General Assembly adopted the federal E-Verify program operated by…

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Express and Implied Warranties

This is a common story:  Supplier provides building material to Contractor.  Contractor installs material without…

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Deception, Ruse & Subterfuge: When does a bad act rise to Fraud or Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices?

Often, when business people feel they have been wronged or misled by another, their immediate…

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Homeowners Recovery Fund: The Last Resort

“A man’s home is his castle”.  This remains as true today, as when it was…

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Impact Fees Suffer Another Setback…Is it Good for Developers?

A series of recent lawsuits that have resulted in the North Carolina Court of Appeals…

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Types of Judgments

Ever wonder what the difference is in the various types of judgments your attorney mentions? …

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