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CGL Policies

All too often business owners believe that by procuring a commercial general liability policy, or CGL policy, they will be protected from almost all mishaps and accidents on any projects. However, few business owners take the time to understand what exactly they are purchasing and when the CGL policy’s coverage will and will not apply. For example, what happens if you are welding on a project and the sparks ignite, …Read More

Seven Tips for Negotiating in Business Today

It is such an honor to work with and help our clients in their business as they negotiate through numerous transactions and relationships. It is always interesting to help clients as they communicate with the opposing parties as the parties try to obtain a resolution to their needs. The following seven tips are based upon my experience in witnessing hundreds of transactions recently. List the accomplishments you want to achieve. …Read More

What Are Your Risks with Employees Bringing Their Own Electronic Devices for Work | BYOD

You may have heard of the idea of “Bring Your Own Device to Work” (BYOD) and wondered what it means, or, you may have not thought too much about it.  As is always the case as it seems, almost any activity which employees engage, could have an impact on the employer.  Thus, employers need to be aware of this idea and decide how to address.  The question is does it …Read More

Excellence in All We Do (Following the Golden Rule)

Knowing the “why” we do what we do is important for many reasons. The “why” helps set the stage for how we accept responsibility and how we proceed with accomplishing our work. Our office was formed in September 1993 as a solo practice with one attorney and one administrative assistant/paralegal. When we started the office, our letterhead and logo included a gold line under the firm name. The gold line …Read More

Claims of Lien in North Carolina

With the passing of the new Lien Law in North Carolina in 2012 and 2013, new issues continue to spring up. This is to be expected anytime a new law is passed. We are constantly fielding questions from clients regarding how the law is to be applied. One question which has been more prevalent than others regards the “Subordination of Liens” form from the North Carolina Land Title Association and …Read More

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