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What should you do when an adjuster asks for information about the accident?
You can totally handle your own personal injury claim. The question is, should you?
It comes as a surprise to many that dog owners aren’t automatically liable for injuries caused by their pets. So when are they responsible?
If you’re an attorney, and if you want your advertising to be ethics rules-compliant, you’re gonna want to read this.
This one’s gonna be scary!
Everyone knows what an HOA Board is, but many are unaware of what the Board can and can’t do. Let’s clear things up, shall we?
The FAA recently released a new Drone ID law that took effect February 25, 2019. According to this new rule, all small UAVs must have their Drone Registration Number visible on the outside of the drone. Read more about this new rule on the #FBLawBlog!
For about 8 years, there has been a belief that it was safe for a company to sell an item or offer to sell an item without first filing a patent application as long as the sale or offer for sale was under a non-disclosure agreement so the sale would be secret and not public. This month, the United States Supreme Court in a unanimous decision said NO in Helsinn Healthcare S. A. v. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.
For many of my contractor and subcontractor clients, the thought of not receiving payment for satisfactory work performed on a construction project is frightening. These businesses have bills to pay, payroll to run, and might even need to purchase additional materials for the job they are not getting paid on. Fortunately, N.C.G.S 44A, provides a bit of relief. In case you want to take a peak yourself, HERE is a link to the North Carolina’s lien statutes.
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