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Patterson Harkavy files class action alleging that recovery treatment centers exploited residents for unpaid labor

Patterson Harkavy and co-counsel, the NC Justice Center and Outten & Golden LLP, filed a class and collective action lawsuit on behalf of individuals struggling to overcome substance abuse and addiction who assert that they were exploited by a lo… Read More
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Patterson Harkavy prevents the NC General Assembly from changing 2018 election rules

Patterson Harkavy attorneys Narendra Ghosh and Paul Smith successfully prevented the North Carolina General Assembly from changing the rules for 2018 judicial elections. The General Assembly originally created a system in which judicial candidates wo… Read More
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Federal Court Affirms Ruling in Favor of Patterson Harkavy Client Shot by Police

Federal Judge A. Marvin Quattlebaum, Jr. entered an order and opinion last week affirming the decision of federal Judge Kaymani West to vacheron constantin replica allow police shooting victim Julian Betton’s lawsuit to go to trial against both the… Read More
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Federal Judge's Report over South Carolina police shooting gains national coverage

On May 21, federal Magistrate Judge Kaymani West recommended that Patterson Harkavy’s civil rights lawsuit on behalf of Julian Betton proceed to trial. Police officers shot Mr. Betton nine times in his own home during a narcotics raid, leaving… Read More
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NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Patterson Harkavy's client in wrongful conviction insurance dispute

The North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a unanimous opinion in favor of Patterson Harkavy’s wrongful conviction client Willie Grimes in an insurance dispute. Mr. Grimes served 24 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Patterson Harka… Read More
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Patterson Harkavy obtains $2.75 million partial settlement over police shooting

Patterson Harkavy has obtained a $2,750,000 partial settlement for Julian Betton, a man shot nine times in his own home during a police raid. The shooting left Mr. Betton in a coma for six weeks; he is now paralyzed from the waist down. Patterson Har… Read More
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NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Narendra's client in personal injury discovery dispute

Yesterday, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh’s clients. In Saunders v. Hull Property Group, LLC et al., a unanimous panel of the court affirmed an order compelling the defendant to d… Read More
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Patterson Harkavy obtains settlement valued at more than $600,000 in First Amendment retaliation suit

Yesterday, Patterson Harkavy dismissed the lawsuit it filed on behalf of Jeffrey Randleman after Mr. Randleman received a settlement of cash and benefits valued at more than $600,000. Mr. Randleman had worked as a Deputy Sheriff for the Alamance Coun… Read More
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Patterson Harkavy reaches $4 million partial settlement for Joseph Sledge's wrongful imprisonment

Patterson Harkavy obtained a $4,000,000 partial settlement for Joseph Sledge, an innocent man who served 37 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Mr. Sledge was wrongfully convicted of a double homicide in 1978. In January of 2015, thanks to… Read More
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NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Narendra's clients in criminal appeal, wrongful death appeal

On Tuesday, the North Carolina Court of Appeals published two opinions finding in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh’s clients. In Haarhuis v. Cheek, a unanimous panel of the court affirmed a $4.25 million jury verdict in favor… Read More
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