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Pathway to a Monetary Judgment

            If an individual or a corporate entity is owed money from another individual or corporate entity, taking legal action could potentially lead to the entry of a judgment against the party which owes you,…

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The Post-Judgment Toolbox: Charging Orders

Collections matters in North Carolina, even after a Judgment in the creditor’s favor, can often be a tough nut to crack unfortunately. Which is why it can be important to know what instruments are at your disposal to provide the…

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Construction Contract Considerations

Any contract that is entered into should be carefully reviewed to fully understand the scope and terms contained therein. However, when it comes to contracts for construction, there are certain key provisions that should be focused on due to their…

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Signing a Document “under seal”

Ever signed a document with the word “seal” next to the signature line in parenthesis? Historically a document being signed under seal goes back to historical English law and their use of wax on documents to provide a seal, which…

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The Business World, It Is A’changing

A client recently called to discuss workplace and remote policy issues and how best to memorialize those policies. In a world that is relying upon remote work more and more, one of the questions asked caused me to dig into…

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Launch of eCourts

Monday, February 13, 2023 marked a monumental day for the Court System of the State of North Carolina. This date marked the debut of eCourts in four (4) pilot counties: Wake, Johnston, Harnett, and Lee. The launch of eCourts begins…

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Protecting Your Recovery

As attorneys, we often find that, even if we are nice people, our letterhead scares some folks. Those folks receive a letter, or a lien, or a Summons and Complaint, from our office and immediately call their contact with our…

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Potential End of Non-Compete Clauses?

Employees across the country seem to be leaving their current companies for what they perceive to be greener pastures with other companies at a high rate. However, employee contracts can, and depending on the industry, often do, include mechanisms that…

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Post-Judgment Process Simplified

You have successfully obtained a judgment against a debtor. Now what do you do? There is a process to collect on the judgment. Once a judgment is obtained and the Defendant, (the debtor) is served, the debtor has 30-days to…

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