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Paul Capua Presents on “A Practitioner’s Perspective on International Arbitration”

Last week, Paul Capua gave a presentation on "A Practitioner's Perspective  on International Arbitration" for the North Carolina Bar Associations' International [...]

The Enforceability of Shrinkwrap License Agreements On-Line and Off-Line

Our attorneys often are asked about the enforceability of shrinkwap agreements. While somewhat dated, this article on “The Enforceability of Shrinkwrap [...]

The Pro Bono Effect Helping Contractors

One of our missions is helping smaller and midsize companies and contractors bridge the resource and information gap in order to become more [...]

Capua Law Firm holds “Lunch & Learn”

Capua Law Firm frequently holds seminars pertaining to each of our three practice areas. Recently, CLF held a Employment Law [...]

Court of Appeals Stokes Blue Pencil Doctrine

Ah, competition--the sports drink of the free market! Even so, on a commercial level, our society imposes restrictions on [...]

Non-compete Agreements: Time to Re-evaluate?

There can be no denying it--we live in a global economy. From the daily news we ingest, the type [...]

The Cottages Class Action Update

Capua Law Firm has filed a class action on behalf of Appalachian State University students seeking to represent a class [...]

Are Arbitration Clauses in a “Illegal” Construction Contract Valid?

In disputes involving construction contractors, questions can arise as to whether an arbitration clause in a construction contract that allegedly [...]

Federal Court Holds North Carolina Discrimination Laws Raise No Federal Question

In April 2013, Capua Law Firm won for its client an important decision remanding a contract and employment dispute between [...]