Arbitration Agreement: How to Get to Arbitration if A Lawsuit Was Filed First

Attorney Jason McGrath shares some items to consider when your contract has an arbitration provision but the other party has already filed a formal lawsuit in the court system in this short video. Here are some of the key points contained in the video: What do you do if the other party has already filed… Read more »

Decision On An Arbitration Provision In A Contract

Attorney Jason McGrath some items to consider when deciding to include an arbitration provision in a contract matter in this short video. Here are some of the key points contained in the video: Arbitration: do you prefer arbitration or a formal court case if there is a dispute? The intent of an arbitration provision in… Read more »

Necessary Knowledge: January Edition

Necessary Knowledge: January Edition McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC publishes a newsletter periodically where we share relevant blog posts and firm news. Our latest newsletter was published recently at no cost to subscribers. The January newsletter was all about our partners Jason McGrath and James Spielberger. In order to introduce them to you all we showcased… Read more »

Necessary Knowledge: December Edition

Necessary Knowledge: December Edition McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC publishes a newsletter periodically where we share relevant blog posts and firm news. Our latest newsletter was published recently 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 our clients and… Read more »

Follow the Contract’s Arbitration Clause or File a Lawsuit?

Attorney Jason McGrath explains some things to consider when considering whether to follow a contract’s arbitration clause or file a lawsuit in this short video. Here are some of the key points contained in the video: How do you end up in arbitration vs. in court? Typically, someone has to decide – do we follow… Read more »

Arbitration Clause: One Arbitrator Or More?

Attorney Jason McGrath explains some things to consider when when considering the arbitration clause in a contract in this short video. Here are some of the key points contained in the video: How many arbitrators would you prefer? Are you comfortable with the decision being in the hands of just one person? Keep in mind… Read more »

Newsletter Recap – November Edition

Necessary Knowledge: November Edition McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC publishes a newsletter periodically where we share relevant blog posts and firm news. Our latest newsletter was published recently 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 our clients and… Read more »

How Do You “Transfer” Your Company Into North Carolina From Another State?

How Do You “Transfer” Your Company Into North Carolina From Another State? As a business law attorney, one of the most frequent questions I am asked is some variation of “How do I transfer my out-of-state company to North Carolina?” I’ll address the most common scenarios and the reasonable options available. I’m using Florida as… Read more »

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 5

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 5 This article by Attorney Lee Peindl is one of a continuing 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. Changes to the Claim of Lien on… Read more »

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 »