Nexsen Pruet, LLC
Size of Organization: 175
Year Established: 1945Web Site: http://www.nexsenpruet.com
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Nexsen Pruet is the Carolinas Law Firm. With 8 offices in North and South Carolina, Nexsen Pruet attorneys can, and do, handle a broad range of legal needs for those doing business in the Carolinas. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in state and federal courts and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The firm's website is www.nexsenpruet.com.
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The Fourth Circuit, En Banc, Addresses Removal / Remand Litigation
Peter Pappas, February 18, 2015
In Barlow v. Colgate Palmolive Co., 772 F.3d 1001 (4th Cir. 2014), an en banc decision, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit considered two cases where plaintiffs allegedly misrepresented their intent to pursue claims against non-diverse defendants in actions that were removed...
Changes to Mortgage Servicing Rules
Brooks Bossong, January 30, 2015
Armed with some background on what the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) is and does (from my 11-11-14 blog entry), let’s dive directly into the issue of rules. For starters, let’s look into the CFPB’s new rules relating to servicing mortgages.
2014 Employment and Labor Law Final Exam Answer Key
James T. Hedgepath, January 19, 2015
South Carolina generally prohibits garnishment of wages, with three notable exceptions. First, a South Carolina employer may garnish an employee’s wages when the employee owes wages to the federal government or a state government. Second, a South Carolina employer may garnish wages pursuant...