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Elliot Abrams named Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year

Elliot Abrams named Trial Lawyer of the Year for securing largest civil rights verdict in U.S. history in wrongful conviction case. Read More
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Elliot Abrams' Article on Federal Asset Forfeiture Featured in National Publication

A recent article by asset forfeiture defense lawyer Elliot Abrams was featured in The Champion, a magazine published by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Read More
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A Change in Military Pension Division: The End of Court-Adjudicated Indemnification - Howell v. Howell

2018 A Change in Military Pension Division: The End of Court-Adjudicated Indemnification – Howell v. Howell by Eliza Grace Lynch EGL Law Review Article- Howell Read More
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Searches, Tests and Interrogations: Understanding Your Rights (and Obligations) After an NC Drunk Driving Arrest

When you get pulled over by the police, understanding your legal rights (and your legal obligations) can be critical to minimizing the consequences of your traffic stop. If the police meet their obligations, any information your supply voluntarily ca… Read More
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Elliot Abrams forfeiture win discussed in NC Lawyers Weekly

A victory by Raleigh white collar criminal defense lawyer Elliot Abrams in asset forfeiture case the subject of NC Lawyers Weekly article. Read More
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State and Federal Authorities Targeting Opioid Crisis through Law Enforcement in North Carolina

As the government’s response to the opioid epidemic continues to make national headlines, law enforcement authorities in North Carolina are taking aggressive action to combat the over-prescription and diversion of opioid medications within the stat… Read More
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U.S. Attorney General: Federal Opioid Program Will Target Central North Carolina

Earlier this month, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the federal government would be implementing a new pilot program designed to target fraud and abuse involving prescription opioid medications. The Department of Justice’s (DOJ)… Read More
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Recent Disciplinary Actions by the North Carolina Bar: Spring 2017

Each quarter, the North Carolina State Bar (“NC Bar”) publishes its most-recent disciplinary actions against attorneys licensed in the state. Here is a summary of some of the most noteworthy actions from Spring 2017: 1. Disbarments The NC Bar’s… Read More
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A Look at the CPA Ethics Rule Changes Effective May 1, 2017

Some noteworthy changes to the professional ethics and conduct rules for Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) in North Carolina went into effect on May 1, 2017. The amended rules include the following: 1. 21 NCAC 08N .0203 Discreditable Conduct Prohib… Read More
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Defending Against Allegations of Unlawful Physician “Self-Referrals” and Anti-Kickback Violations

The Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute are federal laws that impose civil and criminal penalties for a wide range of practices in the context of providing Medicare and Medicaid-reimbursed health care services. While these statutes are extraordinaril… Read More
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