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You've been FedExed: COA loosens rules on service of process

Chris Hood quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly North Carolina Lawyers Weekly 4/14/2014

Family law associate Chris Hood was quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly's April 14 article, "You've been FedExed: COA loosens rules on service of process."

The article covers the N.C. Court of Appeals unanimous decision that FedEx properly served papers to defendants even though they or their agents did not personally accept the deliveries.

To see the full text, please visit the North Carolina Lawyers Weekly website.



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