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Understanding the Legal Terminology in Your North Carolina DWI Case

If you have been arrested for driving while impaired (DWI), understanding your situation is important, and it can also be extremely complicated. In North Carolina, DWI cases are far more complex than most people realize, and both state law and the U.… Read More
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Ethical Considerations for Virtual Law Offices (VLOs) in North Carolina

Whether your goal is to save on expenses or maintain as much personal freedom as possible (or, as is perhaps most common, a combination of both), operating a virtual law office (VLO) has grown into a viable option within the legal profession. These d… Read More
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Potential Defenses in Qui Tam Litigation

For companies facing qui tam lawsuits in North Carolina, building a sound defense strategy is critical to minimizing the potential for government intervention and financial liability. Qui tam cases involve lawsuits filed by private citizens (called … Read More
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Confidentiality and Client Records: Understanding CPAs’ Ethical Obligations

All certified public accountants (CPAs) in North Carolina are subject to Subchapter 08N of the North Carolina Administrative Code, which is entitled “Professional Ethics and Conduct.” This subchapter establishes the rules that govern all CPAs and… Read More
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Qui Tam Defense: What To Expect During Your Whistleblower Case

Under the federal False Claims Act, there are two primary ways that the Department of Justice (DOJ) can initiate a civil claim for reimbursement and other penalties. The first is through a government-initiated investigation. The Federal Bureau of Inv… Read More
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A Look at the Rule Changes Currently Pending with the North Carolina Medical Board

The NC Rules Review Commission of the North Carolina Medical Board (NCMB) regularly considers and approves changes to the rules that govern the practice of medicine in North Carolina. You can follow the latest developments and review drafts of propos… Read More
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Campaign Donation Investigations Likely

Election season has just ended, so investigations into campaign donations are likely to begin. Politically-active people and companies should be aware that these investigations often result in serious federal criminal charges. Elections laws are comp… Read More
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A Look at Police Mistakes That May Provide a Defense to DWI

Just like individuals who have been arrested for DWI can make mistakes that will harm their defense, arresting officers can make mistakes that will harm the State’s chances of a successful prosecution. In fact, even in cases where individuals who h… Read More
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Steps to Take When Facing a Grievance Filed by the North Carolina Medical Board

As a physician facing disciplinary action from the North Carolina Medical Board, there are steps you should begin taking promptly in order to minimize the consequences to the greatest extent possible. Depending on the severity and extent of the alleg… Read More
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What are Some Common Examples of Medicare Fraud?

Following the Department of Justice’s national $900 million Medicare fraud takedown earlier this year, the Department of Justice, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force and other federal law enforcement authorities are continuing to aggressively pursue ca… Read More
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