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Litigation

BY BARRY SAUNDERS bsaunders@newsobserver.com If Brennan Horton and Omeze Nwankwo have an especially merry Christmas, they can thank you, citizens of Raleigh. More precisely, they can thank the heavy-handed over-reaction of some off-duty city cops moonlighting as security guards in the popular Glenwood South nightclub district. After Horton...

When I've talked about the work that our firm does, several people have said that we are a "David v. Goliath" law firm, fighting against banks and large corporations for individuals and small businesses.  I recently heard Malcolm Gladwell's TED talk offering a new perspective...

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