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2021 Law Journal

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Business North Carolina has asked legal experts to weigh in on insights into the world of business. The scope of business law can be overwhelming to many. Topics such as the new federal law on corporate transparency, restrictive covenants, and the rights and duties of shareholders are imperative for most business owners in the state, but laws are confusing and require deep knowledge. These issues are explored in the following pages by some of the state’s top lawyers.


The New Federal Law on Corporate Transparency – What Business Owners and Their Advisors Need to Know Now

By Mark Davidson and Melissa Bailey
Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, LLP

Restrictive Covenants – Protecting Your Investment

By Benton Toups
Cranfill Sumner LLP

The Rights and Duties of Shareholders in a Closely Held Business in North Carolina

By Fred B. Monroe
James, McElroy & Diehl, P.A.

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