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Employee Rights
Parrish McLeod

North Carolina Wage & Hour Act

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the North Carolina Wage and Hour Act (NCWHA) require employers to pay their workers no less than minimum

Consumer Law
Parrish McLeod

Collecting Debt Discharged in Bankruptcy

The federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, or FDCPA, provides protection for you if you have obtained a bankruptcy discharge and are being contacted by collection

Consumer Law
Parrish McLeod

Common Illegal Debt Collection Tactics

It’s easy to feel powerless in the face of collection activity. Confusing letters, intimidating voicemails and seemingly complicated legal notices might lead you to pay

Consumer Law
Parrish McLeod

FDCPA Violation Attorneys in N.C.

North Carolina law has included a state debt collection law that closely parallels the federal FDCPA. Both laws are in place to protect you against

Consumer Law
Parrish McLeod

TCPA Violations Attorneys in North Carolina

The TCPA was signed into law in 1991 to protect U.S. consumers from aggressive telephone solicitors and automated telephone equipment. TCPA regulations include restrictions on:

How Eminent Domain Works

If the government is planning an expansion or public works project and needs to acquire private property to complete the project, the government will commence

Eminent Domain & Land Condemnation

Eminent domain and land condemnation are terms that are sometimes used interchangeably, but they are not really one in the same. Eminent domain is the

Eminent Domain FAQs

Eminent domain is the power granted by state and federal law to government agencies and other specified public and private developers to take a person’s

Eminent Domain & Private Property

Federal law gives government agencies the power of eminent domain over private property as long as the property is converted to public use, the property

What is Eminent Domain?

Eminent domain is the power granted by state and federal law to government agencies and other specified public and private developers to take a person’s