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In order for a contract to be legally enforceable in North Carolina, the parties must…

North Carolina law provides that “[u]nfair methods of competition in or affecting commerce, and unfair…

What if you or your business entered a contract and the other party did not…

Many individuals and businesspeople ask if their contracts must be in writing to be legally…

If you received a Summons and Complaint in North Carolina naming you as a defendant,…

Also known as a “doing business as” (DBA) filing, North Carolina law requires businesses to…

Here are 10 steps that North Carolina business owners may take to reduce the risk…

Employees who have signed, or have been asked to sign, a non-compete agreement (also known…

Does a warranty given by the manufacturer of building materials to a homeowner in North…

Many business owners and consumers ask if liability waivers (or releases) are legally enforceable.  In…

In Copypro, Inc. v. Musgrove, No. COA13-297 (N.C. App. Feb. 4, 2014), an employer (Plaintiff)…

In Bumpers v. Community Bank of Northern Virginia, plaintiffs were borrowers who obtained mortgage loans…