Lesson Learned: What North Carolina Management Companies Should be Thinking About

In a recent post on a South Carolina Supreme Court case from just a few weeks ago I provided a quick breakdown of things that management companies in South Carolina must not do. As always, lessons learned from different jurisdictions can be instructive to neighboring jurisdictions. North Carolina and South Carolina share many things, including a border. They also share a similar approach to making sure that the practice of law in each state is limited to only licensed attorneys.   Read the article…………….


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