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Design Specifications v. Performance Specifications: Why Control Matters

Construction contracts necessarily involve large amounts of time, money, and work, making the allocation of risk in the contract important to those investing their efforts into the project. There are many aspects to [...]

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Do you have a “Construction Defect”?

The term “construction defect” may vary from state to state by statute or common law. Generally speaking, the term “construction defect” is broader than just the failure to construct a building in a workmanlike [...]

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Attorney Kyle Nutt mentioned in a nursing home negligence article

Shipman & Wright attorney Kyle Nutt was recently quoted in an NPR article about nursing home negligence in an article about Medicare attempting to limit the amount of ‘boomerang hospitalizations’ of [...]

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Association Insurance

Association governing documents along with some guidance from the North Carolina General Statutes require that a homeowners’, property owners’ or condominium owners’ association carry insurance to cover losses (at [...]

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Things to Consider Before Buying Rural Property

In today’s fast-paced world, it isn’t surprising that more people are searching for a rural retreat to escape the daily grind. Investing in rural property can be a rewarding experience, but it can also be a nightmare [...]

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U.S. Tobacco Cooperative Inc settles class action for $24M

After first being involved in litigation in the North Carolina Superior Court with the U.S. Tobacco Cooperative, Inc., Inc. f/k/a Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Corporation (“USTC” or “the [...]

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Video Discussion about the new tax law

Attorney Greg Katzman at Shipman & Wright and CPA Chad Wouters with Earney & Company discuss some of the new issues and questions around the new tax law.

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What is Probate and Do I Need To Worry About It?

What is Probate: Probate is the court-supervised legal process that gives one person the authority to handle a deceased individual’s estate (their assets). Who is Involved: The deceased individual is known as the [...]

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Homeowners Association’s in North Carolina

Did you know that there are nearly 15,000 homeowners association’s in North Carolina? Homeowner’s association law is ever changing and having a well versed attorney is important. There is no governmentally [...]

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Those Fossils in Your Employee Files are from Non-competosaurus

New business clients often hand me a non-competete agreement and ask to enforce it against a former employee gone rogue. And all too often, that paper is like a dinosaur tooth: once fierce but now just a fossil. [...]

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