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Domestication de-mystified: Four Steps for executing on your foreign judgment in North Carolina

In January, we discussed the judgment execution process.  In light of positive feedback, we wanted to follow that post by addressing a related, and equally intimidating process: domesticating a foreign judgment.  That is, if you are an out-of-state judgment creditor with a judgment against a North Carolina resident or corporation, how do you enforce your […]

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Can a Prevailing Party Recover Its Attorneys’ Fees?

Clients are naturally curious as to whether they can recoup their attorneys’ fees if they prevail in litigation.  The short (and disappointing) answer is: typically not.  Under the antiquated (and arguably more logical) “English Rule,” the losing party was forced to pay both its own attorneys’ fees and the prevailing party’s.  Unfortunately for successful litigants, […]

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Case Update on Non-Compete Agreements and the Blue Pencil Rule

Restrictive covenants are a set of tools that employers sometimes utilize to prevent employees from competing with them after termination of their employment.   One of the most common restrictive covenants used by an employer is a “non-compete clause.”   An evaluation of the enforceability of a non-complete clause necessarily involves a balancing of interests.   On the […]

Enforcing a Judgment in North Carolina

Enforcing a Judgment in North Carolina Many clients are surprised to learn that obtaining a judgment is not the end of the story in litigation. Even lawyers fall into the trap of celebrating a large verdict or favorable judgment before a judgment is actually collected.  The often disappointing reality, particularly in commercial litigation, is that […]

Miller Monroe teams up with Grow Our Kids

November is a time for us to reflect upon our blessings and give thanks for a bountiful year.  Most of us will come together with friends and family, and indulge in an abundance of food.  We enjoy all that our hearts and stomachs desire. Unfortunately, this is not the reality for thousands of children here […]

Alexandra E. Davis Joins Miller & Monroe

For Release 9 a.m. EST July 26, 2016 Alexandra E. Davis Joins Miller & Monroe RALEIGH — July 26, 2016 — Miller & Monroe is pleased to announce that Alexandra Davis joined the firm’s litigation practice in April 2016. A 2015 graduate of Campbell Law School, Alexandra commenced her legal career as a volunteer law […]

Jason Miller and Jeff Monroe named to 2016 Legal Elite list.

Miller & Monroe PLLC is pleased to announce that partners Jason A. Miller and Jeffrey R. Monroe were selected to the 2016 Legal Elite list by Business North Carolina magazine in the Litigation and Young Guns categories, respectively.  This marks the fourth consecutive year that Mr. Miller has been honored by Business North Carolina magazine. […]

Miller Admitted To Practice Law in State of New York

In June 2015, Jason A. Miller, partner with Miller & Monroe, was admitted to practice law in his native State of New York.  Business clients and investors will now be able to rely on the same predictable quality service and expertise of Miller & Monroe when doing business in the Empire State.  If you do […]