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By Lance Martin
In SummitBridge National Investments III, LLC v. Faison, the Fourth Circuit held that if a lender's loan documents contain an attorneys' fees provision, then the lender may file a claim
By Ryal W. Tayloe, Allen N. Trask, III
In a subdivision or planned community managed by an Association, the common area and elements are typically owned by the Association.
By Chris Edwards
Even so, as the law becomes more technology-driven, e-discovery is quickly becoming a key tool in the sophisticated litigator's belt.
By Jeremy R. Sayre
Ward and Smith employment law attorneys Ken Gray and Emily Massey gave corporate attorneys at the firm's 2018 In-House Counsel Seminar a refresher in the law and ethics surrounding employment discrimination and workplace harassment claims.
By Derek J. Allen, Tyler J. Russell, Allen N. Trask, III
So you want to brew a beer with cannabidiol? Even cooler. Don't know what cannabidiol is? That's ok.
By Lance Martin
Recently, we discussed In re CHL, a case involving a real estate developer in Chapter 11.
By Caroline O. Outten
On the heels of the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA"), the state of New York has kicked off the New Year with proposed legislation in the same vein as the CCPA.
By Deana A. Labriola
This is the fifth article in a series about transitions and transactions for midsized companies.
By Richard J. Crow
Three senior in-house attorneys discussed best practices for collaborating with outside counsel during a panel discussion at Ward and Smith's 2018 In-House Counsel Seminar,
By Ryal W. Tayloe
As a result, the Court upheld Mr. Emerson's termination.
By Tyler J. Russell, Allen N. Trask, III
On Thursday, December 20, President Donald J. Trump signed into law the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 ("Farm Bill").
By Peter B. Von Stein
For many of us, the start of a new year can be a time of empty commitment to self-improvement. Meaningful resolutions are often made but are rarely kept.
By A. Charles Ellis, Jeremy M. Wilson
Unfortunately, the number of serious car wrecks in North Carolina continues to increase.
By William A. Oden, III, Grant B. Osborne
In the third episode of "Works for Me," Ward and Smith's labor and employment attorneys Will Oden and Grant Osborne, alongside Nina Pirrotti of Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti, P.C. tackle the issue of unlawful employee termination from both the employer and employee sides.
By Lance Martin
In a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the debtor attempts to reorganize its affairs in a Chapter 11 Plan.
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