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Contractors, Subcontractors, and Suppliers Beware: Change Your Practices and Procedures or Risk Losing or Subordinating Your Lien Rights

Effective today, April 1, 2013, there are significant changes to the laws governing Mechanic’s Liens under Chapter 44A because of the implementation of North Carolina General Assembly Session Law 2012-158[1].  This new law creates the Mechanic’s Lien Agent, which if not properly notified, may impacts the rights of contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers (“Materialmen”) in North Carolina’s construction industry.  Generally, this statute is intended to prevent “hidden liens” fro ...
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Post-Bankruptcy Enforcement of Lien Rights Follow-Up 2

As I had posted on February 24 and March 20 of 2012, Bankruptcy Judge Doud of the Eastern District of North Carolina ruled that he would not follow the lead of two other Eastern District bankruptcy judges and held that a post-petition filing by a subcontractor of a claim of lien on funds owing to his contractor is a permitted exception to the automatic stay pursuant to section 362(b)(3) of the Bankruptcy Code. On appeal to the District Court, just recently District Court Judge Terrence Boyle aff ...
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Seeking Private Equity Investment for Your Business? Use the NC Qualified Business Venture Credit as Your Carrot

Seeking Private Equity Investment for Your Business? Use the NC Qualified Business Venture Credit as Your Carrot (PDF)

North Carolina Department of Revenue Provides New Guidance on the New North Carolina Net Business Income Deduction For 2012

Background.  In the summer of 2011, the North Carolina legislature enacted new N.C.G.S. 105-134.6(b)(22), which allows for a new personal income tax deduction of up to $50,000 of net "business income" received during the year for North Carolina tax purposes.  The new deduction applies beginning with the 2012 tax year. The term "business income" does not include income that is considered "passive" under the federal tax code.  And, if both spouses receive "business income" during the year, t ...
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June L. Basden to Speak at PLI Seminar on Asset Based Financing Strategies (March 11, 2013)

Banking & Finance attorney June L. Basden will be speaking at the Practicing Law Institute (PLI) Seminar entitled “Asset Based Financing Strategies 2013” on March 11, 2013. This full day program will take place in New York City and will also be available live via webcast. The program is intended for attorneys and asset-based lenders already experienced in the field or seeking a general refresher or update. The program will review the basics of asset-based lending briefly before conc ...
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Banking, Benefits, Law & Tax – Trending Topics in 2013 (February 28, 2013)

Please join co-host Carruthers & Roth, P.A. for a special half-day program that will provide a comprehensive perspective from trusted advisors on trending topics in the areas of the banking, employee benefits, employment law and corporate tax. "Banking, Benefits, Law & Tax - Trending Topics in 2013" will take place on Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm at the Greensboro Historical Museum. Carruthers & Roth litigation attorney Rachel Scott Decker will serve as on ...
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Eight Carruthers & Roth Attorneys Recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Stars for 2013

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Carruthers & Roth, P.A. is pleased to announce that eight of the firm’s attorneys were recognized for their professional excellence and selected for inclusion in the North Carolina Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars lists for 2013. In addition, Carruthers & Roth attorney Kenneth M. Greene has been named to the Top 100 list of North Carolina Super Lawyers for the seventh consecutive year. Only approximately 5% of eligible North Carolina attorneys were chosen for ...
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