myNCBA Member Profile

Join or Renew

Publications

A Comparative Study of the Corporate and LLC Laws of North Carolina and Delaware

Practitioners in North Carolina often confront issues of Delaware law (whether in deciding where to incorporate a client’s business, or in advising an existing Delaware entity with respect to a particular transaction, or in the course of representing a North Carolina entity that is adverse in a transaction to a Delaware entity, to name just a few such instances).

Download Publicationnext

Guidebook for Boards of Directors of North Carolina Nonprofit Corporations (2nd Edition)

This guidebook reflects a collaborative effort. The idea of a reference book outlining the roles and responsibilities of board members of North Carolina
nonprofit corporations arose from conversations between the Executive Council of the Business Law Section of the N.C. Bar Association and the N.C.
Center for Nonprofits.

Download Publicationnext

Report of the Legal Opinion Committee of the Business Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association

This Report on Third-Party Legal Opinions in Business Transactions, Second Edition (the "Report") was prepared by the Legal Opinion Committee (the “
Committee”) of the Business Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. 

Download Publicationnext

Statement of Professionalism for North Carolina Business Lawyers

This Statement on Professionalism describes aspirational professional goals for business lawyers in North Carolina. The Statement’s principles should serve as a reminder to experienced lawyers and a guide to newer lawyers of ways to practice business law that enhance the reputation of business lawyers in North Carolina.

Download next

Supplement to Report of the Legal Opinion Committee of the Business Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association

This Supplement to the Report on Third-Party Legal Opinions in Business Transactions, Second Edition (this "Supplement") was prepared by the Legal Opinion Committee (the "Committee") of the Business Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.

Download Publicationnext