As the problem of erroneous deeds and liens becomes more prevalent here, Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds David Granberry checks weekly for new fraudulent documents that may have been filed in his office. During his searches, Granberry said he has ...Read More »
Registers of deeds battling erroneous deeds filed in the name of the Moorish Science Temple of America will get no intervention from the state — at least for now. In the wake of a July 5 Mecklenburg Times story on ...Read More »
McGuireWoods said it has added four partners to its debt-finance practice group in Charlotte. The law firm said Eric Burk, Jim Hedrick, David Lapp and Kent Walker, from the Charlotte office of Winston & Strawn LLP, will represent clients in ...Read More »
Carolinas HealthCare System’s dispute with Mecklenburg County could be headed to court. CHS said it has initiated legal action as a means to make the county to honor the terms of its contract with the health care system. The filing ...Read More »
LONG ISLAND, N.Y. — An East End surgeon is suing to block two doctors who left his practice from performing surgery in that region, arguing the physicians are violating a noncompete agreement. Peconic Surgical Group, in Riverhead and Southampton, is ...Read More »
On June 1, a real estate agent was showing a house to a couple in the Union County town of Weddington. While the couple checked out the basement of the house in the 1000 block of Antioch Woods Lane, two ...
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Some lawyers like to be close to the courthouse. Others like to be as far away as possible from a necktie. Some want the prestige of a tall building in the middle of a city’s commercial district. Others prefer the ...
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A judge could decide this week whether a Charlotte homeowner has to demolish a half-million dollar addition to her Queens Road home. Before deciding, Superior Court Judge Jesse Caldwell said he wanted to see the structure with his own eyes. ...Read More »
Wells Fargo will pay up to $16 million to compensate customers who are deaf, have hearing problems or have trouble speaking, the U.S. Justice Department said. The government said the settlement resolves Americans with Disabilities Act complaints filed by customers with hearing ...Read More »