Litigation

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DOJ Opioids Task Force Creates Risks for Prescribers

Originally Published on Medical Mutual MedNotes Blog. The federal response to the opioid crisis is in full swing, as the U.S. government plans to spend a record $4.6 billion fighting the epidemic in 2018. Moreover, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has established a Prescription Interdiction Litigation Task Force to address the illegal distribution and consumption of opioid pharmaceuticals. As part of this task force, 12 appointed federal prosecutors across the U.S. have focused their effo ...
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Buyer & Seller Beware: Navigating Business Purchase Agreements

Buyer & Seller Beware: Navigating Business Purchase Agreements (PDF)

The CPA’s Role in Business Litigation: Legal Duties and Practical Considerations

The CPA's Role in Business Litigation: Legal Duties and Practical Considerations (PDF)

Employment Law and Benefit Update

Employment Law and Benefit Update (PDF)

Identifying and Protecting Your Client’s Internal and External Business Relationships

Identifying and Protecting Your Client's Internal and External Business Relationships (PDF)

Before You Begin Litigation

Before You Begin Litigation (PDF) Carruthers & Roth litigators Pat Haywood and Mark York presented “Before You Begin Litigation" at an event hosted by the Young Professionals of the Risk Management Association (RMA) Triad Chapter entitled "An Attorney's View of Do's and Don'ts in Commercial Lending” on April 12, 2016.  ...
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Businesses Beware: NC Supreme Court Confirms Continued Application of “Strict Blue Pencil Doctrine” to Non-Competition Agreements

On March 18, 2016, in Beverage Systems of the Carolinas, LLC, v. Associated Beverage Repair, LLC, the North Carolina Supreme Court held that North Carolina courts will not rewrite unreasonable non-competition agreements, even where the parties have expressly authorized the courts to do so in their contract. Instead, North Carolina’s courts are limited to use of the “strict blue pencil doctrine,” discussed below. Many businesses seek to protect their interests and investments in customer ...
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