Capua Law is a full-service construction, business, and employment law firm led by Paul Capua, an experienced attorney with 24 years of experience. We are a multi-state law firm licensed to practice in North Carolina and Florida.
Our comprehensive approach to construction law spans all stages of the building process: from bidding and contract negotiation to construction claims and disputes. Our experience in both domestic and international construction projects enables us to provide practical and cost-effective representation in this exceedingly complex area.
Capua Law seeks to integrate its team with yours to best help you meet challenges with confidence. Our team provides counsel and advocacy to both guide growth and create long-term risk-management strategies. We work alongside you to navigate a variety of legal and operational issues, including corporate sales and acquisitions, business contracts, partnership agreements, business interference and fraud, software development and licensing, and a variety of other areas.
Capua Law’s employment practice reflects our extensive history of advocating on behalf of our clients at all levels. Services range from the drafting and negotiation of employment contracts to managing the litigation of employment disputes, such as non-compete, breach of contract and discrimination claims. Paul and his team can effectively guide clients through a variety of employment challenges – deftly maneuvering from small transactions to large trials in the state and federal courts, including the state Supreme Court.
We are thrilled to welcome Paralegal Christina Rodney to the Capua Law team in Asheville, NC. Christina was raised in New Jersey but has called Asheville home for the past few years. Outside of work, [...]
We are thrilled to announce our founding attorney, Paul Capua has recently received an appointment to the Board of Continuing Legal Education with the North Carolina State Bar Association. Beginning in 1985, the NC State [...]
Capua Law recently gave an informative AHBA Presentation to the membership discussing the new federal enactments put into place due to the COVID-19 crisis. Items discussed were the CARES Act, Emergency Family Medical Leave [...]