By Gordon P. Katz A dispute has arisen that cannot be settled. You turn to the parties’ contract and discover that all disputes are to be resolved by arbitration. You next file on behalf of your client a demand for ...Read More »
By Joseph J. Floyd and Marni J. Kaufman The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently entered into a cease-and-desist order with Juniper Networks, Inc., related to violations of the internal controls and recordkeeping provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ...
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Gov. Roy Cooper has appointed Marc Tyrey to serve as a district court judge in Guilford County, the governor’s office announced on Dec. 11. Tyrey will fill the vacancy created by the passing of Chief District Court Judge Tom Jarrell. ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Two North Carolina men have been arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter in a November crash that killed a 74-year-old woman. Charlie Molina-Calderon and Camron Tyler Moore, both 18, are accused of driving recklessly before and ...
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By Mark McGrath In 2011 the General Assembly enacted sweeping tort reform legislation that changed the way medical malpractice cases are litigated in North Carolina, amending Rule 9(j) of the Rules of Civil Procedure to require pre-suit review of “all ...
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The North Carolina Supreme Court found itself deadlocked over the appeal of a first impression ruling by the state’s Court of Appeals which held that a physician could bring an unfair and deceptive trade practices (UDTP) claim against the hospital ...Read More »
Cheslie Kryst, the Charlotte attorney is who is the reigning Miss USA, finished among the top ten in the 2019 Miss Universe pageant in Atlanta on Dec. 9. 90 women competed in the Miss Universe event (as in past years, ...Read More »