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North Carolina Lawsuits for Service of Alcohol to Underage Drinkers

N.C. Gen. Stat. § 18B-302 makes it unlawful for any person to sell or give alcohol to a person under the age of twenty-one (21). If an underage person is sold alcohol by a permittee of the North Carolina Alcohol … Continue reading

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New UBE news from the Old North State: North Carolina is in!

North Carolina’s state motto is esse quam videri – or, “to be, rather than to seem.” We bring you this Latin phrase, which is used by many an institution, to admit that when we posted last week about Maryland’s adoption … Continue reading

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North Korea calls U.N. Sanctions an “Act of War” and Threatens Retaliation

On December 22, the U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to tighten economic sanctions on North Korea in response to its sixth nuclear test on November 29, which involved the launching of a missile that the regime warns could reach the … Continue reading

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How To Finalize a North Carolina Divorce

Finalizing a divorce is a relatively simple step in the divorce process. After all you’ve been through, this crucial last step is what officially ends your marriage. Only after finalizing your divorce are you able to remarry. Steps to Take … Continue reading

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The Latest on WannaCry: North Korea Decries Accusations; U.S. Comments on Marcus Hutchins’ Arrest

At a White House press briefing on December 19, 2017, President Donald Trump’s Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bossert publicly attributed the destructive WannaCry cyberattack to North Korea. Over a period of several days in May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware crippled … Continue reading

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