Alberts practice focuses on business litigation in both federal and state courts and... more
Alberts practice focuses on business litigation in both federal and state courts and counseling with businesses on a wide range of issues. In addition, he has extensive experience representing creditors and creditor committees in bankruptcy proceedings. Albert has also been involved in credit litigation and has extensive experience in foreclosures. The foundation of his business practice involv... view profile
I am the Principal and Owner of Forrest P. Merithew, Attorney at Law (http://... more
I am the Principal and Owner of Forrest P. Merithew, Attorney at Law (http://fmerithewlaw.com/). I work throughout Western North Carolina and consult with companies around the country. My practice is focused on business law, development and consulting, liability analysis and risk management, contracts and transactions, and civil, commercial, and complex litigation. My areas of practice inc... view profile
Phil has practiced with the Van Winkle Law Firm since 1972. His primary areas of... more
Phil has practiced with the Van Winkle Law Firm since 1972. His primary areas of practice include healthcare, construction, professional malpractice defense (accounting, architectural, dental, engineering, legal and medical), products liability, banking, and commercial law. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wake Forest University, Phil studied law at Temple University, where he... view profile
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