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Is North Carolina a Daubert State? Drum Roll Please...

Yes! North Carolina is now officially a Daubert state, according to a recent decision of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. In State v. McGrady, COA13-330, 2014 WL 211962 (N.C. Ct. App. Jan. 21, 2014), the Court of Appeals...more

2/19/2014 - Daubert Standards Evidence Expert Testimony

Supreme Court Clarifies the Parameters of the “First Sale” Doctrine in the Cross-Border Context

First Sale Doctrine - Under the Copyright Act, the exclusive right of a copyright owner “to distribute copies . . . of [a] copyrighted work,” 17 U.S.C. § 106(3) is limited, in part, by the “first sale” doctrine. The...more

2/12/2014 - Copyright Cross-Border First Sale Doctrine Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons SCOTUS The Copyright Act

Know What You Are Protecting When You Develop a Non-Compete

A recent North Carolina Court of Appeals case, Phelps Staffing, LLC v. C.T. Phelps, Inc. and Charles T. Phelps, COA12-886, 2013 WL 1575409 (N.C. Ct. App. Apr. 16, 2013), highlights the need for employers who either have...more

12/5/2013 - Legitimate Business Interest Non-Compete Agreements Tortious Interference Trade Secrets Void and Unenforceable

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