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How Can I Avoid Buying a Flood-Damaged Vehicle?

September 29, 2017   |  
Millions of vehicles across the US have been damaged by flood waters caused by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey. After extensive flooding or extreme weather, it is not uncommon for damaged vehicles to be sold on new or used car lots. Individuals or businesses may use a variety of tricks...
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What’s Your Stance on the Confederate Statues and Memorials?

August 22, 2017   |  
Recent events have highlighted the emotional and deeply dividing controversy over public and private memorials, markers, statues and monuments to Confederate soldiers. Charlottesville, Virginia suffered tragedy sparked by radical groups promoting white supremacy, anti-Semitic rhetoric and hate. In response, government officials, along with public opinion, have called for removal of...
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How Can My Business Recover Following a Disaster?

August 14, 2017   |  
Last week, we reported on the massive power outage that plunged the Ocracoke and Hatteras Islands in the Outer Banks area into darkness, and forced the evacuation of tourists vacationing on the islands. Recently, WRAL-TV updated the story. Per WRAL-TV’s report, the islands have restored power, allowing tourists to return...
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How Did Riddle & Brantley Help Rescue a Mom and Her 8 Puppies?

April 17, 2017   |  
Riddle & Brantley would like to introduce the newest additions to our family. This is Bella and her 8 young pups. The story begins when our IT Manager was traveling home last week. His companion noticed a dog in very poor condition on the side of the road. They contacted...
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Have Lawmakers Reached an Agreement to Repeal the NC Bathroom Bill?

April 3, 2017   |  
We have been following efforts to repeal the NC bathroom bill for months, including blogging about HB 2’s impact on our state and the governor’s work to repeal the controversial bathroom legislation. Per WRAL-TV, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and state lawmakers have finally reached an agreement to repeal the...
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Does the UNC Baseball Team Have a Dog on the Roster?

April 3, 2017   |  
Meet Remington, a golden retriever who is the newest member of The University of North Carolina’s baseball team. Coconut and Otis are going to be so jealous when they see this. Anymore puppy roster spots available on the UNC baseball team? https://youtu.be/Tr9QgSiKhI0
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Riddle & Brantley Sponsors Campbell University Moot Court Team in National Competition

March 8, 2017   |  
In February, the Campbell Law moot court team competed in the 2017 William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The moot court team, which was sponsored by Riddle & Brantley, LLP, consists of two third-year law students, James Todd and Casey Peaden, who were there...
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Is the Governor Working to Repeal the NC Bathroom Bill?

February 22, 2017   |  
We recently featured a blog post concerning the controversial NC bathroom bill known officially as House Bill 2 (HB 2) and how the fallout from the law was hurting North Carolina’s reputation and economy. Well, now North Carolina’s governor, Roy Cooper, is working with Democrats from the state’s senate and...
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Is North Carolina’s Bathroom Bill Hurting Everyone in the State?

February 13, 2017   |  
House Bill 2 (HB 2), North Carolina’s controversial bathroom bill, continues to make waves after lawmakers were unable to agree on compromise legislation in December. The NC bathroom bill prevents transgender individuals from using the restroom of the sex they identify as, instead restricting them to using the bathroom of...
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How Do I Evacuate with Pets During a Disaster?

November 16, 2016   |  
Our state is still recovering following Hurricane Matthew, including massive amounts of property damage, injuries, and fatalities. We blogged about what you can do for help if you’re struggling in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. Looking back, one subject we didn’t cover, either as the hurricane approached or after it...
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