Author Archive | Jason A. Miller

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Eminent Domain Procedure in North Carolina

What is Eminent Domain? Eminent Domain refers to the legal process by which the government uses its power to take private property for public use, such as the construction of roads, highways, schools, parks, or municipal buildings. Federal, state, and local governments are all vested with eminent domain power. (more…)

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Case Law Update: Modifications to Loan Agreements

Our firm routinely handles claims by contractors, lenders, and property owners involving construction defects, delays, and contract disputes.  Many times,  parties to a construction loan or development agreement modify the terms of the original agreement.  The terms of these modifications—and how they affect the parties’ obligations—are often disputed. A recent opinion from the North Carolina […]

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Getting to Know Paul Flick

When you ask Paul Flick where he is from, he laughs and says it’s “a difficult question.” A preacher’s son and one of four kids, Flick’s family moved every five years or so as his father developed new churches across the eastern United States. His father’s work took him from western Maryland, to western North […]

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Paul T. Flick Joins Miller Monroe & Plyler

Paul T. Flick Joins Miller Monroe & Plyler RALEIGH — June 25, 2018— Miller Monroe & Plyler, PLLC is pleased to announce that Paul T. Flick has joined the firm’s litigation practice effective May 1, 2018.  Paul is a graduate of Wake Forest University (B.A. ’83) and the Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D. […]

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Reciprocal Attorneys’ Fees Provisions in Business Contracts

Reciprocal Attorneys’ Fees Provisions in Business Contracts We have previously discussed the scenarios in which prevailing parties in litigation can – and cannot – recoup their attorneys’ fees.  Unfortunately, the law is not particularly generous in allowing parties to recover their fees and costs.  Because there is one aspect of the relevant law that continually […]