Large Settlement Led to a Big Plot Reveal: The Agreement was Never Executed

Rule 1.5(c) of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct provides protection to clients with its requirement that “[a] contingent fee arrangement shall be in a writing signed by the client.”  In Rossabi Law PLLC v. Greater Greensboro Ent. Grp., LLC,

Considering whether to add a Chapter 75 claim to your breach of contract dispute? If you don’t have substantial aggravating circumstances, resist the urge and don’t assert the Chapter 75 claim. In a recent order, Judge McGuire made clear that asserting an unjustified Chapter 75 claim may get you sanctioned.

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Business Court Sanctions Party for Discovery Misconduct and Awards Forensic Examination


It started out like a typical Business Court case:  a company filed suit against its former employees (and their new company) and asserted claims for things like breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets.  The plaintiff also filed motions for a temporary restraining