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Contract – Unfair Trade Practices – First Impression – Learned Profession Exception – Compromise Verdict – Parol Evidence

The defendant-physician’s unfair trade practices counterclaim arises from the parties’ negotiations regarding a business arrangement. Although this business arrangement was between a physician and a hospital, the negotiations were not “professional services rendered by a member of a learned profession” ...

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Civil Practice – Rule 12(b)(6) Motion – Post-Answer Filing – First Impression – Judgment on the Pleadings – Contract – Tort/Negligence – Acquisition

New Friendship Used Clothing Collection, LLC v. Katz (Lawyers Weekly No. 020-078-17, 43 pp.) (Michael Robinson, J.) 2017 NCBC 71 Holding: Defendant Katz waited until after filing his answer to file his Rule 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss; accordingly, his motion ...

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