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2018 Law Journal

Appeared as a sponsored section Business North Carolina’s September 2018 issue.

If you’re looking for top-notch legal thinking, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve gathered some of North Carolina’s top lawyers to offer advice on some timely issues.

How could tax-law changes affect alimony payments? How can an employment contract reduce headaches — and perhaps save your business? What’s behind the rise of arbitration in the construction business? Is it time to add an in-house counsel to your legal team? What’s the state-of-play for lawsuits involving economic losses? And, why you’ll want to think long and hard before foregoing directors and officers insurance. Read on to learn what these legal professionals have to say on these topics and more.


Protect directors, officers with coverage
By Patrick Mincey, Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP

Is it time for your company to hire in-house counsel?
By Reid Phillips and Sue Young, Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP

Bye-bye love, hello taxes: the alimony deduction ends
By J. Gregory Hatcher, Hatcher Law Group PC

Employment and non-compete agreements are everything
By Matthew Marcellino, Marcellino & Tyson PLLC

Protecting your business’ intellectual property
By Jeff Wilson and Scott Moore, Jenkins, Wilson, Taylor and Hunt PA

Construction arbitration: the pros and cons
By Jason T. Strickland, Ward and Smith PA

The economic-loss rule and Section 75-1.1: current trends
By Jeremy Falcone, Ellis & Winters LLP


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