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  • The General Assembly Returns to Town …

    The North Carolina General Assembly returned to Raleigh on April 25 for its “Short” Session. The Short Session’s primary purpose is to adjust the State’s two-year budget.  Legislation eligible for consideration in the Short Session include bills that passed from one chamber to the other last Session, bills that directly affect the State budget (such as a tax, fee or appropriation), and bills recommended by the numerous interim study committees.  Even so, new Read more...

  • The Dos and Don’ts of Trademark Registration in North Carolina

    Trademark registration provides many benefits to business owners, including protection against registration and subsequent use of the same or similar marks by others, evidence as to the validity and exclusive ownership of the mark, and notice of ownership of the mark as of the registration date.  However, navigating the trademark registration rules and requirements in North Carolina can sometimes be difficult and complex, particularly for business owners who are unfamiliar with the process.  Read more...

  • Court of Appeals Confirms Developer’s Right to Withdraw Property From Condominium

    The Court of Appeals ruled recently in the case of In Re: Skybridge Terrace, LLC, that a developer could withdraw an entire phase of a condominium project which had previously been submitted to a condominium declaration.  The case involved a condominium project on Calvert Street in Charlotte that initially contained two phases described in the declaration – Phase I and Phase II.  The developer initially sued the law firm that drafted the declaration Read more...

  • John Jordan Jr., founding member of Jordan Price, passes at age 95

    John Jordan Jr., founding member of Jordan Price, recently passed away after a long illness. He was 95.  In 1951, Mr. Jordan opened a one room office on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh, that evolved over the years into the firm of Jordan Price Wall Gray Jones & Carlton, PLLC.  In addition to his law practice, Mr. Jordan participated actively in the political arena, serving in the State Senate for three regular sessions and one special Read more...

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