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What Are the Latest Developments in Attorney-Client Privilege Law?

Our attorneys are commonly asked about recent developments in attorney-client privilege law, and how these changes may impact them in their court cases.  In order to provide our clients with the answers they need, we have created this resource as a way to keep our clients in the know about recent developments. Is the Date…

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Supreme Court to Evaluate Whether Sexual Orientation is a Class Protected by Title VII

The Supreme Court will review three cases related to sexual orientation-based discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The three cases  – EEOC v. R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, Inc., 884 F.3d 560 (6th Cir. 2018) where plaintiff filed suit against employer claiming wrongful termination due to the employee’s intent…

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What Could Your Case Be Worth? Case Valuations Across North Carolina

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Settles for $3M The wife and children of a North Carolina man killed after a commercial truck hit his car has settled a wrongful death lawsuit for $3 million.  The truck driver ran a stop sign and struck the car which lead to the death of the 60 year old driver.  The…

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Is Your Well-Water Contaminated? Take Action Today

There has been a recent discovery that well-water in Wake, Franklin, and Johnston counties that may be a grave threat to those in the area dependent on well-water.  It has been found that traces of radioactive substances such as uranium and radon are present in the well-water, which can cause a variety of health issues…

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What is the Status of Fiduciary Duty Law?

Our attorneys are routinely asked questions regarding fiduciary duty law, so we decided to put together a resource where our clients can reference recent cases that reflect the current status of fiduciary duty law.  Continue reading below to gain some insights into these cases to learn more: Don’t Assume Your Assisted Living Facility Owes Your…

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