News that a cuckolded Charlotte man was suing an online dating site for helping his wife cheat spread through state and national media earlier this month like gossip through a cocktail party – hardly surprising considering that the case is ...Read More »
DETROIT – If you look around, you’ll see that most everyone is communicating on the go, and more and more are connected and able to work and communicate at any time. That includes the legal profession — meaning if you ...Read More »
The North Carolina Court of Appeals on Dec. 3 ordered that the warrantless blood draw of a drunken driving suspect without his consent was permissible – despite citing a recent landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that carried a contrary ruling ...Read More »
Corporate legal spending nationwide will remain flat in 2014, but winning the business of large international companies could give law firms a competitive edge in the year ahead, according to a newly released report from a Massachusetts consulting group. Based ...Read More »
The following lawyers met all of the certification requirements, and were certified by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization on November 25, 2013: Appellate Richard Dietz, Winston-Salem Bankruptcy A. Scott McKellar, Rocky Mount (business and consumer) ...
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Attorney: William “Trippe” McKeny Location: Salisbury Bar membership: Member since 2003 Disciplinary action: Suspended from the practice of law for three years on Nov. 21. Background: McKeny used a company called Sterling Payment Technologies to process credit card payments from ...Read More »