The Duke University law school didn’t sit a lot of graduates for July’s North Carolina bar examination, but just about every Blue Devil who took the test passed it. Overall, 23 of 24 graduates — including two repeat test-takers — ...Read More »
A Huntersville man might have to demolish his $600,000 house because a corner of the building encroaches on a Duke Energy easement. The utility company’s suit against Herbert Gray would have been barred by the six-year statute of limitations that ...Read More »
A recent change to North Carolina law extended the reach of the state’s business court to cover intellectual property disputes, even if the cases don’t touch on questions of IP ownership, a Business Court judge has ruled. Southeastern Automotive, an ...
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