Joe has been trying cases in the state and federal courts of North Carolina since... more
Joe has been trying cases in the state and federal courts of North Carolina since 1984. He has served as lead counsel in trials in federal court and in 10 different counties across North Carolina including Wake County. Joe has been before juries in cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, land condemnation, contract disputes, and real estate. For other law specialties, see our ... view profile
Matthew D. Pineda, Esq. is an associate attorney with Brock Scott, PLLC in the... more
Matthew D. Pineda, Esq. is an associate attorney with Brock Scott, PLLC in the Raleigh/Durham area of North Carolina. He holds licenses to practice law in the state courts of North Carolina and Florida, the federal courts of the Middle District of Florida and Eastern and Middle Districts of North Carolina, and the United States Tax Court. At the firm, Matt concentrates on creditor's rights, co... view profile
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