Limited Liability Company and Choosing a Name

Disclaimer: This blog post focuses on North Carolina law and follows the NC Secretary of State rules. We cannot speak nor advise you on what other states’ rules and policies are for a limited liability company. *This information is taken from the North Carolina Secretary of State’s website and can be viewed here. Starting a […]

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Social Media and Family Law Matters

The North Carolina State Bar has promulgated a new Ethics Opinion which states: A lawyer must advise a client about information on social media and family law matters if information and postings on social media are relevant and material to the client’s representation. The lawyer may advise the client to remove information on social media if […]

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Public Defenders vs. Private Attorneys

If you have a DWI charge, you’re probably making numerous important decisions. One of the choices you’ll probably make is whether you should get a public defender or hire a private attorney. In most cases, you should strongly consider hiring a private attorney; this isn’t because they’re necessarily better, but public defenders usually have too […]

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Brewing after the TTB: Post Registration Maintenance

  Just when you thought you were done with the TTB . . . .   It is extremely important to keep the TTB informed about any major changes to your brewery, winery, or distillery. Anytime you have a “significant change” you need to update your Brewers Notice with a TTB Amendment.   A “significant […]

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