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September 2012 Archives

Study Examines Success Rate of Venture-Backed Companies

As we have discussed in previous posts, North Carolina is considered one of the best states for businesses in the country. As new research has revealed the difficulty most start-up companies face to make their business successful, obtaining a knowledgeable business law attorney to help establish the business is a good first step.

Editorial: "It Can Wait" campaign aims to reduce teen fatalities

Texting while driving is a serious problem in North Carolina and across the nation and teens at East Forsythe High School are leading the cause to reduce teen driving fatalities due to texting and driving. North Carolina Governor Bev Purdue recently declared a "No Texting While Driving Pledge Day" in conjunction with AT&Ts "It Can Wait" campaign. At least 1,600 students and staff from the high school signed pledges stating they would not text while driving. The pledge drive consisted of an online form or a hard copy document that could be signed by students and faculty.

Elderly Fayetteville man reported missing, Silver Alert issued

Earlier today, a Silver Alert was issued by the North Carolina Center for Missing Persons after it was reported that an elderly Fayetteville man went missing from his home. The alert was issued because the man might be at risk of endangering himself or others due to a cognitive impairment.

Foreclosure Auction for AIT Building in Downtown Fayetteville

A foreclosure auction for the Advanced Internet Technologies (AIT) building is scheduled for September 26, but the company said that the business is in good health and is not ceasing operations anytime soon. The owner of AIT said the business plans to remain in its space by leasing some of the building long-term, post-foreclosure.

Part II: Wave of Contract Disputes in the Cotton Market

As we discussed last week, the cotton market has become increasingly volatile over the past two years. Cotton farmers and mills have failed to honor the terms of their contracts when cotton prices changed in their favor. Consequently, the number of arbitration cases has risen sharply in recent years.

Is your doctor prescribing the right medications for you?

Elderly Fayetteville residents and their families may greatly depend upon nursing homes, assisted living facilities and medical professionals to provide the elderly with quality care when they can no longer take care of themselves.

Family of auto accident victim fights for insurance settlement

Fayetteville motorists purchase vehicle insurance to compensate them if they are ever in an auto accident. They assume that if they have adequate coverage, they will be compensated for any injuries and any damages to vehicles.

Part I: Wave of Contract Disputes in the Cotton Market

For most of us, cotton is a regular part of our daily lives - from the clothes we wear to the decorative touches in our homes, like blankets and window shades. Despite the frequency with which we use cotton, The Wall Street Journal recently reported that it was actually "the most volatile of the world's 64 exchange-traded commodities," during the period from August 2010 through July 2011. Moreover, if the increase in the number of arbitration requests over contract disputes in the cotton market is any indication, the market has not yet stabilized.

Teen struck, killed while crossing busy Fayetteville intersection

A couple of weeks ago on our Fayetteville personal injury law blog, we had mentioned that the North Carolina State Highway Patrol would be increasing its monitoring of school zones in an effort to reduce car accidents and pedestrian accidents that tend to spike during the first few weeks of the new school year.

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