Arbitration Fees – How Much do Arbitrators Cost?

Business law Attorney Jason McGrath shares some information about how much you should expect to pay in fees to an Arbitrator in this short video. Here are some of the key points contained in this informational video: Arbitrators typically charge fees similar to what lawyers charge. Does the Arbitrator require a minimum amount when the arbitration… Read more »

Moving Your LLC To Another State

“Your New LLC” – Part 5: Moving Your LLC to Another State So you started your LLC in one state, and it becomes successful, but you then decide to move to a new state for family or other reasons. Now what? Well, you have a few options that will enable you to continue on with… 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 »

“Your New LLC” – Part 4: Transacting Business in Another State

“Your New LLC” – Part 4: Transacting Business in Another State Many LLC owners are surprised to find that forming their LLC is only the beginning of the legal journey and that there are constantly new laws to comply with, licenses to obtain, etc. In this Part 4 of our series “Your New LLC”, we… Read more »

Arbitration: How Do You Choose The Arbitrator?

Attorney Jason McGrath explains some things to consider when choosing the arbitrator during a lawsuit in this short video. Here are some of the key points contained in the video: If using a panel of 3 arbitrators: each party picks an arbitrator and then those two arbitrators pick the third one. If using only 1… Read more »

How Do You Expand Your Company Into North Carolina From Another State?

How Do You Expand 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 or expand my out-of-state company to North Carolina?” I’ll address the most common scenarios and the reasonable options available. I’m using… Read more »

Interrogatories – How They Generally Work

Attorney Jason McGrath explains “Interrogatories” during litigation and how they generally work in a lawsuit in this short video. Here are some of the key points contained in the video: Interrogatories are a list of written questions. The receiving party is to respond, typically within 30 days, to the questions or file an objection or… 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 »

About McGrath & Spielberger’s Intake Form

Partner  Jason McGrath explains how McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC utilizes confidential client intake forms to streamline the client on-boarding process and save clients time and money.   Here are some points for you to consider when filling out our confidential client form for legal assistance in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, or Tennessee.… Read more »

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 7

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 7 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. This is the final installment in this… Read more »