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Jerry Meek

Attorney At Law

Jerry Meek PLLC

HQ Phone:  (704) 845-9490

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

University of North Carolina at Charlotte


Chairman

State Democratic Party


Business and Tax Attorney

Self


InterstateQ.com


Partner

Poyner & Spruill LLP


Chairman

North Carolina Democrats


Chairman

NC Senate


State Democratic Party Chairman

Montford Community Center


Chairman

North Carolina Democratic Party


Affiliations

DNC

Member


Blue NC

Executive Board Member


Education

Duke University


Georgetown


Master's degree

Government

University of Notre Dame


law degree

Duke Law School


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Beware How You Scare - How a "Scare Tactic" Became an Inadvertent Termination of a Distribution Agreement | Jerry Meek, Attorney at Law

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Jerry Meek, Attorney at Law
Business and Tax Law By Jerry Meek (June 26, 2015) Why Jerry Meek? Jerry Meek has more than 18 years of experience in the law, most recently as a Partner with one of North Carolina's largest law firms. He has represented clients in 18 states, providing outstanding service and excellent results in substantial and ... Read More


Business Torts | Jerry Meek, Attorney at Law

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Jerry Meek, Attorney at Law
Business and Tax Law Jerry represents clients who are prosecuting - or defending against - these business tort claims, including claims for: Why Jerry Meek? Jerry Meek has more than 18 years of experience in the law, most recently as a Partner with one of North Carolina's largest law firms. He has represented clients in 18 states, providing outstanding service and excellent results in substantial and ... Read More


News and Opinion | Jerry Meek, Attorney at Law

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Business and Tax Law By Jerry Meek (January 24, 2016) It is common for distribution agreements to have both choice of law and choice of forum clauses. Through a choice of law clause, the parties agree that the contract will be interpreted - and usually any dispute decided - under the laws of a particular State or country. Through [...] Is a Distribution Agreement Simply a Sales Agreement? By Jerry Meek (January 19, 2016) Is the relationship between manufacturer and distributor simply that of seller and buyer? Should this relationship be governed by the same legal rules governing ordinary sales transactions? In the recent case of Precision Indus. Equip. v. IPC Eagle, 14-3222 (E.D. Pa. January 14, 2016), the plaintiff entered into an [...] When is a Distributor a Franchisee? By Jerry Meek (January 16, 2016) The typical distributor enjoys few statutory protections against termination by a manufacturer. Unless the relationship is for the distribution of one of several traditionally protected products - notably alcohol, motor vehicles, or farm, industrial, construction, or outdoor power equipment - the distributor's only defense to termination may be the [...] New Hampshire Dealer Protection Law Survives Constitutional Attack By Jerry Meek (January 15, 2016) In 2013, New Hampshire repealed its existing heavy equipment dealer protection statute and expanded its motor vehicle dealer protection statute to include within the definition of a "motor vehicle" certain farm, utility, industrial, and construction equipment. The net effect was to expand the protections afforded to heavy equipment dealers [...] Manufacturer as its Distributor's Fiduciary By Jerry Meek (January 14, 2016) When one party places its faith, confidence, and trust in another, with the expectation that the latter will act for its benefit, the law typically imposes upon the latter a duty to act for the benefit of the former, with loyalty and pursuant to a higher duty of care. [...] By Jerry Meek (August 9, 2013) Is a non-competition provision in a franchise agreement similar to a non-compete between employer and employee or to one between the seller and buyer of a business? According to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, it is both. The "hybrid" nature of such provisions when used in a franchise [...] What's there to celebrate about tax day? By Jerry Meek (April 12, 2013) This year, Americans will file an estimated 140 million federal tax returns. By Jerry Meek If you've decided not to establish a C-corporation, chances are you are considering either an S-corporation or a Limited Liability Company (or LLC) as the alternative. Why Jerry Meek? Jerry Meek has more than 18 years of experience in the law, most recently as a Partner with one of North Carolina's largest law firms. He has represented clients in 18 states, providing outstanding service and excellent results in substantial and ... Read More


News and Opinion | Jerry Meek, Attorney at Law - Part 2

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Business and Tax Law By Jerry Meek If you run a business, there are a few things you should know about politics and taxes. 1. There's no bad debt deduction for debts owed by political organizations. Accrual method taxpayers are accustomed to reporting income when earned, regardless of when they actually get paid. If, in a later tax year, [...] Can a dealer be liable for commitments made in the Dealer Application? By Jerry Meek When a potential dealer submits an application for a dealer franchise, can the dealer be liable for failing to fulfill the commitments made in the application? By Jerry Meek The limited liability company (or "LCC") is now available in every state in the United States. Such entities have become the darlings of incorporators, largely because they offer the advantages of limited liability, combined with the tax advantages of pass-through taxation (unless some other classification is affirmatively elected). Under the default rules, [...] After an Acquisition, When are Wages Actually Disguised Purchase Payments? By Jerry Meek When a C-corporation sells an asset and the corporation's owner goes to work for the buyer, there may be an incentive for the parties to pay the owner a higher salary than the market will bear, as disguised payments for the asset. That's because the purchaser can currently deduct salary, but must [...] Meek Speaks to Annual Meeting of CPAs and Accountants On October 9, 2012, Jerry Meek was one of five speakers at a day-long continuing education program, attended by approximately 150 CPAs and accountants from all over North Carolina. by Jerry Meek At the bottom of most lawyers' emails, you'll find an oddly worded tax disclaimer. In its usual form, it cautions the recipient that "any tax advice contained in this communication was not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding tax related penalties or promoting, [...] « Previous Page Next Page » Why Jerry Meek? Jerry Meek has more than 18 years of experience in the law, most recently as a Partner with one of North Carolina's largest law firms. He has represented clients in 18 states, providing outstanding service and excellent results in substantial and ... Read More


News and Opinion | Jerry Meek, Attorney at Law - Part 3

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Business and Tax Law by Jerry Meek In a stunning upset to the IRS and a sharp break with the Federal Circuit, the 6th Circuit has held that "supplemental unemployment compensation benefits" (or SUB benefits) are not taxable under FICA. In In re Quality Stores, Inc. No. 10-1563 (6th Cir. September 7, 2012), the taxpayer, a Chapter 11 debtor, [...] Five Things Every Plaintiff's Lawyer Should Know About Tax Law by Jerry Meek The "silent lien" of the IRS Most plaintiffs' lawyers know that, when Medicare or Medicaid has paid for the treatment of an injured client, the lawyer has an obligation to satisfy any Medicare or Medicaid liens before distributing the proceeds of a settlement or judgment. But what about when the client owes [...] So then, it's Settled: Or is it? by Jerry Meek It has happened to many lawyers. Why Jerry Meek? Jerry Meek has more than 18 years of experience in the law, most recently as a Partner with one of North Carolina's largest law firms. He has represented clients in 18 states, providing outstanding service and excellent results in substantial and ... Read More


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