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Ward and Smith Attorneys Named as a "Legal Elite" by BNC

January 18, 2019 Ward and Smith, P.A.

Business North Carolina ("BNC") has recognized 17 Ward and Smith attorneys as Legal Elite for 2019.


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Ward and Smith is a 2019 "Data Privacy Day" Champion

January 17, 2019 Ward and Smith, P.A.

Ward and Smith today announced its commitment to promoting the importance of information privacy by becoming a "Data Privacy Day" Champion.


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Ward and Smith Welcomes New Attorney to Asheville Office

January 17, 2019 Ward and Smith, P.A.

Ward and Smith is thrilled to announce the addition of attorney Jennifer V. Boyer to the Asheville office. She joins the firm's Trusts and Estates practice group, and will also work with Corporate and Tax clients.


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Ward and Smith Recognized as a "Go-To Thought Leader"

January 16, 2019 Ward and Smith, P.A.

The National Law Review (NLR) recently honored Ward and Smith with the Go-To Thought Leadership Award for "coverage of North Carolina real estate matters, including litigation, regulations, and legislation."


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Media Mention: Don Eglinton In NCLW on Transitioning Your Law Practice

January 15, 2019 Ward and Smith, P.A.

There's no time like the present to starting planning for the future.


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Wes Camden Named to BNC's Legal Elite Hall of Fame

January 14, 2019 Ward and Smith, P.A.

White collar defense attorney Wes Camden is now a "Legal Elite" Hall of Famer.


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You Can’t Buy the “Raspberry Beret” MP3 at the Second Hand Store: Court Nixes Site for Re-Selling Digital Music

December 14, 2018
Published by Slate on December 14th, 2018
Cullen D. Seltzer

Ever bought a song or an album on iTunes and, after a while, decided you didn’t like it? Did you wish you could sell it somewhere, to someone, for something, the way you might have done with an old vinyl record or CD? In 2011, a company called ReDigi figured out a novel way for iTunes music purchasers to do just that. But for the past few years, it’s been tangled up in litigation. In what may prove to be ReDigi’s death knell, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit has all but shut the business down.


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