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Attorney: Jeremy Falcone

June 26, 2018 Jeremy Falcone
Posted in  Substantial Aggravating Circumstances

Concealment, Deletions, and Diversions—Oh, My! But Not Substantially Aggravating.

Courts frequently encounter a section 75-1.1 claim in the context of a contract. We have written before about the difficult determination of whether the allegations rise to the level of a “substantial aggravating factor” that would support a section 75-1.1 claim despite the contract (examples here, here, and here). Earlier […]

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March 13, 2018 Jeremy Falcone
Posted in  75-1.1 Exemptions

North Carolina Court of Appeals Allows Section 75-1.1 Claim in the Context of a Residential Real Estate Transaction

We have examined cases that explore exemptions to liability under N.C. Gen. Stat. § 75-1.1.  The section 75-1.1 carve-outs include exemptions for securities transactions, internal business disputes, and employment matters.  Courts have also generally excluded residential real estate sales from the statute. A recent decision from the North Carolina Court […]

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