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Ignorance is Not Bliss – Become #MeToo Ready

Ignorance is Not Bliss – Become #MeToo Ready (PDF)

Is Your Estate Plan Prepared to Exit Your Business?

Is Your Estate Plan Prepared to Exit Your Business? (PDF)  

“We Will Take Care of That Later” – Legal Conflicts in Professional Associations That Could Have Been Avoided

“We Will Take Care of That Later” – Legal Conflicts in Professional Associations That Could Have Been Avoided (PDF)

Distribution Planning for Retirement Benefits: The Legal and Tax Implications of Lifetime and Post-Death Qualified Plan and IRA Distributions

Distribution Planning for Retirement Benefits: The Legal and Tax Implications of Lifetime and Post-Death Qualified Plan and IRA Distributions (PDF)

Breaking Up is Hard To Do (But It Might Be Easier with a Prenup)

Breaking Up is Hard To Do (But It Might Be Easier with a Prenup) (PDF)

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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Mandatory Re-Filing of Assumed Business Names

On December 1, 2017, North Carolina's new Assumed Business Name Act (the “Act”), went into effect.  The new Act is much more detailed and broader in scope than the prior statute N.C.G.S. § 66-68.  The new Act applies to any "Persons" engaging in business under a name that is different from their official name (for example, ABCD, Inc. operating and advertising as “John’s Pizza”).  Under the new Act, "Person" is broadly defined and includes any individual, partnership, limited partne ...
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