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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 8 Dec 2017

Stop Waiting for Your Turn on the Ransomware Hotseat

There is a lot of buzz in the Charlotte area about a recent Ransomware infection of Mecklenburg County systems. Ransomware was introduced through a

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 7 Dec 2017

This Holiday Season, A Reminder Not To Forget The (File) Stamps

If you don’t put postage stamps on your holiday cards, they aren’t going to make it to their intended destinations. Similarly, if you don’t have a

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 6 Dec 2017

Potential Circuit Split: Is Groundwater a Conduit to Jurisdictional Surface Water Under the Clean Water Act?

On Thursday December 7, 2017 the Fourth Circuit will hear oral arguments in Upstate Forever v. Kinder Morgan Energy, on whether liability under the

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 30 Nov 2017

The Long and Winding Road (with Apologies to the Beatles)

In the Court of Appeals’ latest batch of opinions, Beroth Oil Co. v. N.C. Department of Transportation, addressed the long-running issue of the

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 29 Nov 2017

Does “Affirmed” Mean “Overturned?”: The Uncertain Binding Effect of 3-3 Split Opinions from the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

When less than a full complement of Supreme Court Justices considers a case being reviewed from the Court of Appeals, the result is sometimes an even

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 28 Nov 2017

Local Ordinances Play a Major Role in Green Infrastructure

Local governments can do a lot to promote and improve green infrastructure by implementing best practices and fostering emerging technologies. Just

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 21 Nov 2017

Avoided Cost Rates for PURPA Qualifying Facilities Decline after House Bill 589 and NC Utilities Commission Order

There will be a decline in avoided cost rates to be paid to renewable energy and other qualifying facilities (QFs) subject to the Public Utility

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 16 Nov 2017

New Rules Adopted for the Competitive Procurement of Renewable Energy Program

On July 28, 2017, the NC Utilities Commission issued an order initiating a rulemaking procedure to adopt and amend the Commission’s rules to implement

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 14 Nov 2017

CustomsTrade Considerations for Motor Carriers and 3PLs

Smith Moore Leatherwood attorney Joseph Rohe, a licensed United States Customs broker and Certified Customs Specialist, presented a webinar on customs

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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP | USA | 10 Nov 2017

Congress Takes Aim at Tax-Exempt Funding for Professional Sports Facilities

While President Trump's very public feud with the NFL grabs the headlines these days, the U.S. House inserted a provision in the tax reform bill

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