We are pleased to announce that eight Smith Debnam attorneys were recognized in the 2017 edition of North Carolina Super Lawyers, including two who were named to the “Rising Stars” category.
Smith Debnam attorneys Caren D. Enloe and Lauren V. Reeves will lead a LIVE discussion on what banks of all sizes need to know about TRID and how TRID affects community lenders. The seminar is presented by the North Carolina Bankers Association, bringing together all categories of banking institutions that best represent the interests of our rapidly changing state.
In the hectic world of North Carolina civil litigation, the focused practitioner understandably may lose sight of the forest for the individual trees. Yet, when the fortunate litigator does succeed in obtaining a civil judgment, whether by settlement, motion, verdict, or sheer luck, she is quickly confronted with the inevitable question from the client: how do we magically turn this paper judgment into gold?
Undue influence has been defined in North Carolina as “a fraudulent influence over the mind and will of another to the extent that the professed action is not freely done but is in truth the act of the one who procures the result.”
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The Landmark Center
4601 Six Forks Road, Suite 400
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
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107 North Fairplay St.
Seneca, SC 29678