How To Dissolve a Corporation in North Carolina?

How Do I Dissolve a Corporation in North Carolina? As an attorney who routinely handles business law related questions this situation is not unusual. Most businesses have a life cycle and it’s good to know how to legally dissolve a corporation which has decided to end its operations. North Carolina has laws specific to this… Read more »

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 3

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 3 This article by Attorney Lee Peindl is one of a series of articles that focuses on legislation affecting North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws.  It is adapted from Attorney Lee Peindl’s seminar on Lien Law changes. Curtailment of Double-Payment Risks on State Projects—Effective January… Read more »

Should Those Holding Office in North Carolina or South Carolina be Forced to Proclaim Their Belief in “Almighty God”?

Should Those Holding Office in North Carolina or South Carolina be Forced to Proclaim Their Belief in “Almighty God”? Raise your hand if you knew that the Constitution of North Carolina states that you “shall be disqualified for office” if you “deny the being of Almighty God.” I’m not seeing too many hands raised. How… Read more »

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 2

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 2 Did you miss Part 1? This article by Attorney Lee Peindl is one of a series of articles that focuses on legislation affecting North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws.  It is adapted from Attorney Lee Peindl’s seminar on Lien Law changes. Lien Agents—Effective April… Read more »

Newsletter Recap – Labor Day Edition

Necessary Knowledge: Labor Day Edition McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC publishes a newsletter periodically where we share relevant blog posts and firm news. Our latest newsletter was published on Labor Day at no cost to subscribers. Here’s a list of what we included in the latest installment of our “Necessary Knowledge” as a free service to… Read more »

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 1

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 1 This article by Attorney Lee Peindl is one of a series of articles that focuses on legislation affecting North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws.  It is adapted from Attorney Lee Peindl’s seminar on Lien Law changes. Latest Legislation Affecting North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and… Read more »

Requests for Admissions In a Lawsuit

Litigation Attorney Jason McGrath explains Requests for Admissions in a lawsuit under the rules of civil procedure in this short video. If you are dealing with a lawsuit in North Carolina please fill out our confidential client intake form for legal assistance. McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC provides legal services in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio,… Read more »

Indemnification: What if Both Parties Are at Fault?

Indemnification: What if Both Parties Are at Fault? In my 20 years as an attorney, I have consistently found that indemnification clauses in contracts are among the most negotiated and sensitive contractual issues. I have also found that the law as it applies to indemnification is often misunderstood. A previous blog post discussed whether an indemnification agreement requires… Read more »

Requests for Production Under NC Rules of Civil Procedure

In this video litigation attorney Jason McGrath explains Requests for Production of documents (and other items) under the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure. If you are facing a lawsuit in North Carolina please fill out our confidential client intake form for legal assistance. McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC provides legal services in Florida, Georgia, North… Read more »

Why does your Corporation or Company Need a Registered Agent?

Why does your Corporation or Limited Liability Company Need a Registered Agent? In this video, business law attorney Jason McGrath explains what a registered agent is, what it does, and why it’s legally required. This discussion  focuses on registered agents in North Carolina, but most of this information will *generally* apply to other states –… Read more »