The Texas Supreme Court reversed an appellate court’s ruling that policy limits were exhausted precluding coverage of defens...
Food and drink are staples of the caselaw on unfair and deceptive trade practices. Roasted soybeans. Hot dogs. Poultry. Beef. Bourbon. Today, wine. In
In a case of first impression, the North Carolina Court of Appeals recently held that a creditor’s fraudulent conveyance claim was time-barred, even
Delaware has recently revised its Limited Liability Company Act (DLLCA), its Revised Uniform Partnership Act (DRUPA), and its Revised Uniform Limited
It is pretty common to think that limited liability company members have similar rights as shareholders in a corporation. But they don't, (although
On January 1, 2014, the North Carolina General Assembly repealed Chapter 57C of the North Carolina General Statutes and replaced it with Chapter 57D
Franchise Fee Deduction Permitted. The Department of Taxation ruled that the taxpayer, an out-of-state partnership, was permitted a deduction for
As real estate-related bankruptcy filings remain steady, courts continue to see debtors challenging the validity of deeds of trust and mortgages due to minor scriveners’ errors.
Piedmont Center Investments, LLC recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and, although no sale has been announced, the Debtor’s assets may be available for acquisition under the right circumstances.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently issued a decision making crystal clear that in order to successfully challenge the approval of a non-competitive certificate of need application, a petitioner must show how its rights have been substantially prejudiced by the CON approval