Charlotte, NC – Morgan Rogers, Partner in Parker Poe’s Charlotte office, recently authored an article for the North Carolina Bar Association’s Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section newsletter. The article “Ungumming the Works: Summary Judgment in Will Caveats based on Lack of Capacity or Undue Influence,” reviews developing North Carolina law, which holds that will caveats may be resolved through summary judgment.
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Morgan Rogers is an attorney practicing a wide variety of business disputes. He represents clients in all phases of litigation, including settlement, preliminary motions to dispose of the case, trial and appeal. Mr. Rogers has experience with lawsuits concerning real property, fiduciaries, corporate governance, construction and development, and various banking and lending disputes.
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