September 20, 2021
Did you get my email? Let’s talk about Powell v. Cartret
By Jeremy Sugg

Did you get my email? Let’s talk about Powell v. Cartret. An unpublished opinion from the Court of Appeals often garners little attention. The fact it is unpublished means it is not “controlling legal authority”. The Court’s refusal to make it a published […]

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April 27, 2021
Breach of Fiduciary Duty in North Carolina
By Jeremy Sugg

No Harm, No Foul: Are actual damages required to punish a breach of fiduciary duty in North Carolina? Claims for breach of fiduciary duty are common in business and commercial litigation. Such claims seek redress when officers, directors, managers and others […]

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April 17, 2020
Are you Covered for Business Interruption Losses due to COVID-19?
By Jeremy Sugg

Many small businesses in North Carolina are wondering if they will survive the temporary closures or other losses required by Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Stay at Home Order. In an effort to survive, businesses are rightfully applying for government stimulus programs […]

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April 3, 2020
Contracts and COVID-19 in North Carolina
By Jeremy Sugg

Thinking COVID-19 might excuse a contractual obligation in NC? The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on North Carolina becomes greater each day. The economic implications of social distancing have taken hold. Local businesses and individuals are increasingly concerned about their […]

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March 13, 2019
A Guide To UIDDA In North Carolina
By Jeremy Sugg

While numerous states have adopted the Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act (UIDDA or “Uniform Act”), many have put their own twist on the Uniform Act; which also remains subject to each state’s underlying laws regarding service, and discovery. North […]

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February 1, 2018
Business Divorce Part III: A Divorce Without Litigation
By Jeremy Sugg

In Part I of our four-part Business Divorce series, we discussed the value of knowing your options when pursuing a business divorce. Part II discussed the opportunity cost of discovery. Now, in Part III, we will address resolving a business […]

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