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by de Ondarza Simmons, PLLC on February 5, 2013

In the next issue…

“Key Changes to Mandatory Arbitration in North Carolina”

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If you have a civil case in North Carolina, especially if you are about to file or defend against a new one, you will want to know about some critical changes to the non-binding arbitration statutes.

This issue of North Carolina Local Counsel will also include a link to our Word FORM for waiving “mandatory” arbitration by agreement.

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For our Existing and Potential Co-Counsel

If you have a civil case in North Carolina, especially if you are about to file or defend against a new one, you will want to know about some critical changes to the non-binding arbitration statutes.

The changes have left the law of court-ordered arbitration in North Carolina somewhat murky. To try to help clarify things, we have outlined the key changes below and also provided a free download of a Word version of one new arbitration waiver form.

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