Bankruptcy, Doctrine of Judicial Estoppel, & Insurable Interest

February 16th, 2015|Comments Off on Bankruptcy, Doctrine of Judicial Estoppel, & Insurable Interest

In the current economic climate, it seems as though more and more insurance claims and subsequent investigations involve insureds who have previously filed bankruptcy petitions. Oftentimes insurance [...]

Issues in Appraisal

March 1st, 2013|Comments Off on Issues in Appraisal

The North Carolina Court System employs alternative dispute resolution methods on a routine basis in an effort to handle a continuing overcrowded court docket.  As such, avenues [...]

North Carolina Tort Reform

October 19th, 2012|Comments Off on North Carolina Tort Reform

The North Carolina General Assembly made significant changes to North Carolina’s tort laws effective October 1, 2011.  These changes affect the admissibility of expert testimony, the amount [...]


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