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    Jurors: The Social Media Balancing Act

              Despite what Hollywood would have their audiences believe, most civil lawsuits settle before ever reaching a jury trial.  When cases do make it to a jury, the selection process is very important.  In domestic violence cases, defense attorneys aren’t likely to select a juror that suffered through similar circumstances.  In civil cases, a plaintiffs’ attorney…

  • Firm News

    Lindley Law Welcomes Elizabeth Kemper!

              On March 17, 2016 Liz Kemper joined Lindley Law as our Marketing Director.  Liz went to undergrad at UNC Chapel Hill and graduated in 2006. She went directly to UNC School of Law graduating in 2009. She went on to work in various areas of the law from post-conviction criminal defense to managing document review at an eDiscovery…

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    Counterclaims: When to Designate a Case to the North Carolina Business Court

              The North Carolina Business Court (“Business Court”) is a specialized forum designed to adjudicate cases involving complex and significant issues of corporate governance and commercial law.  If a dispute involves one of the subject matters enumerated in North Carolina General Statute § 74-45.4, then the case shall be designated and assigned to the Business Court. …