Ed Bleynat Included in 2019 North Carolina Super Lawyers

We are pleased to share that Edward Bleynat has been included in North Carolina Super Lawyers 2019 in the area of business litigation. Only 4 lawyers in Asheville are included in this practice area. 2019 is Ed’s first appearance on the North Carolina Super Lawyers list. Ed is an AV Preeminent Peer Rated Lawyer by…

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Comments and Reviews

Comments and Reviews Thank you for taking the time to review our services. We deeply appreciate your assistance in providing the social proof necessary for lawyers to maintain relevance in the internet marketplace. We strive to always provide excellence in legal service and are actively seeking ways to improve the experience of our clients. If…

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Joe Ferikes Included in Best Lawyers in America 2018

We are proud to announce that partner Joseph A. Ferikes has been included in the 2018 edition of Best Lawyers in America. He is included in the Litigation – Real Estate Section. Joe began his practice in 1974 in Atlanta, Georgia, representing such entities as the County of Dekalb. In 1983, Joe and his wife…

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CREDIT & MEDICAL DEBT LAWSUITS

CREDIT & MEDICAL DEBT LAWSUITS Some of the most common types of lawsuits are filed against consumers by credit card companies and medical debt collectors. If a lawsuit of this nature is received, we advise that you contact an experienced attorney to understand your rights and risks immediately. Not all situations are the same, so…

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News

Ferikes & Bleynat Listed in US News/Best Lawyers in America Best Law Firms 2019 We are proudly selected to the U.S. News – Best Lawyers in America “2019 Best Law Firms” as an Asheville Metropolitan Tier 3 ranked law firm in the area of Litigation – Real Estate, making the firm’s debut appearance on the…

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Battles v. The Bywater – from NC Lawyers Weekly

Reporting on a recent case litigated by Ed Bleynat and Greg Johnson… An Asheville law firm may have to cough up $85,000 in fees after it signed on to represent a limited liability corporation when only one of the LLC’s two co-owners agreed to the representation.

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