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A “failed deal” or contract often gives rise to claims for breach of contract, fraud, and/or negligent misrepresentation.
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N.C. Business Court Dismisses All Counterclaims in a Dispute Stemming from a Failed Romance.
In Rabinowitz v. Suvillaga, 2019 NCBC 7 (N.C. Super. Jan. 28, 2019), Judge Robinson granted …
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