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Litigation

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Blue Stephens & Fellers LLP and the Law Office of James C. White, P.C. have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Bank of America, alleging that from 2007 through 2009, the bank fraudulently marketed its deceptively-named No Fee Mortgage Plus (NFMP)...

The October 7, 2009 Raleigh News & Observer covered efforts to have the court appoint a receiver and issue an injuction in the Berton v. Jacobson business court case. read more: http://www.newsobserver.com/business/local_state/story/129604.html...

Jim was quoted on the Triangle Business Journal's profile of the North Carolina Business Court published on September 4, 2009. Friday, September 4, 2009 Recession ratchets up workload for N.C. Business Court Triangle Business Journal - by Chris Baysden GREENSBORO - When times are bad, people...