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When Philip Harvey died in December 2021 he owned more than 400 shares of common capital stock in PHE, Inc., a Hillsborough, North Carolina-based business that sells sexual wellness

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The minority shareholders of a podiatry practice felt like they had been kicked around by the alleged financial misadventures of two colleagues who together controlled an 80 percent interest. A

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As failed commercial property deals go, the one at the heart of Miriam Equities, LLC v. LB-UBS-2007-C2 Millstream Road LLC, 2022 NCBC 3, was not outside the norm
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