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Top Harkers Island International Law Lawyers - North Carolina

The Culbertson & Associates law firm is located in Greensboro, North Carolina and offers a full range of legal services to help residents throughout the state with all of their legal needs. Through our office in Greensboro, we serve clients in the Piedmont Triad region, including Winston-Salem and High Point, and the surrounding areas who have legal needs related to any of the following...

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    40 YEARS OF QUALITY LEGAL SERVICE TO NORTH CAROLINA DeMent Askew & Johnson enjoys an established reputation for unwavering trial advocacy.  Our Raleigh law firm now boasts five attorneys supported by an exceptionally experienced staff of professionals.  We provide a full spectrum of legal services to protect clients’ rights in an array of civil and criminal matters in North...

  • From its office in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Conormon Law Office represents service members from around the world as well as civilians. As founders of the Military Justice Center, both of the firm's attorneys have experience as judge advocates and understand the issues facing military personnel. In addition, the lawyers at the firm have extensive experience with personal injury, criminal...

  • Coats + Bennett is a full service intellectual property law firm with extensive experience across a range of technologies and businesses. Our areas of practice include patent and other intellectual property litigation, patent application preparation and prosecution, trademarks, copyrights, licensing, trade secrets, internet and domain name disputes and all levels of IP litigation and dispute...

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    Located in the heart of the Southeast's high-tech Triangle region, Ascentage Law, PLLC, in Cary, North Carolina, is here to help you protect your ideas, innovations and inventions so that you can remain competitive and successful in our ever-changing 21st Century marketplace. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout North Carolina and all across the East Coast, our law firm has three total...

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