Mr. Melrose won a new trial for a real estate developer from the North Carolina Court of Appeals.  Mr. Melrose and his late partner, Randy Seago, have defended this client for years against a claim by a real estate agent that our client owes him money.  Twice, the Court of Appeals has rejected the opponent's argument.   http://bit.ly/1K7ColU

Melrose, Seago and Lay attorney Mark R. Melrose won a new trial for our client in an opinion recently published by the North Carolina Court of Appeals. In the original trial Mr. Fisher had a substantial judgment awarded against him. Mr. Melrose proved that the trial court had erred in that the amount of the award of damages was not supported by the evidence and therefore the Court of Appeals vacated the judgment and remanded the case against Fisher for a new trial. Scheerer v. Fisher, 741 S.E.2d 926 (N.C. Ct. App. 2013)

Jury Verdict for Tweety's Nails represented by Mark R. Melrose in Waynesville (Haywood County). Tweety Nails was sued by Saki Sushi restaurant in strip mall accusing Tweety of causing noxious nail fumes to cause a nuisance in the adjoining sushi restaurant. After a week long trial the jury only needed 20 minutes to deliberate to rule in favor of Tweety. Mr. Melrose successfully excluded the sushi restaurant's only alleged expert arguing to the court that this was nothing more than junk science. The restaurant had sought upwards of $100,000 in damages from Tweety's Nails. Smoky Mountain News Article about trial

Melrose, Seago and Lay attorneys Mark R. Melrose and Kimberly C. Lay successfully defended an elderly couple and two family members, who had been victimized by the "overzealous" banking industry at the height of the real estate boom. Melrose, Seago and Lay attorneys were able to negotiate a very favorable outcome for this family and protect their "family land" from being taken by the lenders.

Randy Seago achieved an excellent result for a disinherited son who challenged a holographic Last Will in favor of a neighbor. The client received a six figure settlement plus substantial acreage.

A distant family member of a recently deceased woman tried to probate a photocopy of an old will, claiming it to be a legally valid substitute. Aggie Guy and Randy Seago represented the woman's children and persuaded the jury to return a verdict that did not validate the will, so that the children could inherit from their mother.

Melrose, Seago and Lay attorneys Mark R. Melrose and Kimberly C. Lay successfully defended an elderly couple and two family members, who had been victimized by the "overzealous" banking industry at the height of the real estate boom. Melrose, Seago and Lay attorneys were able to negotiate a very favorable outcome for this family and protect their "family land" from being taken by the lenders.

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