In association with the North Carolina Bankers Association, Smith Debnam attorneys Jerry T. Myers and Caren D. Enloe will lead a webinar discussion Wednesday, February 1, 2017, on what banks of all sizes need to know regarding debt collection under the CFPB.
Raleigh-based law firm Smith Debnam today announced that Business North Carolina Magazine has named four Smith Debnam attorneys to the magazine’s 2017 Legal Elite, a high-profile listing of the state’s top lawyers.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals on December 20, 2016, issued an opinion in a case involving a Will Caveat that arose in Alamance County. The facts of this recent case illustrate very clearly the emotional and contentious nature of most Will Caveat proceedings.
A recent decision from the Northern District of Georgia serves as a reminder to both consumers and furnishers of information as to the furnisher’s obligation to reasonably investigate a dispute under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act.
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