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Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips, LLP (HCPP) is a full-service law firm, with offices conveniently located in Wilmington and Porter’s Neck, North Carolina.

We know that finding the right lawyer can be a challenge, so we’ve organized our practice into two areas: Business and Personal legal services.


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HCPP provides a range of corporate legal services. From real estate litigation to contract disputes, our team is ready to be your trusted partner.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • Sam Potter speaks on Franchise Law.

    Sam Potter is speaking at the 2018 Convention for the Clean Eatz franchisees on legal opportunities and protecting the brand. Sam has been the Clean Eatz attorney almost from the beginning of this rapidly expanding franchise company that offers people in multiple states, a Cafe, Meal Plans, and Catering for delicious and healthy eating. At ...Read More

  • Water and Sewer “Impact Fees” Again Face Legal Challenge

    A land developer in Pinehurst is suing Moore County, saying they were charged illegally for water and sewer fees. We handled a similar case a few years ago. A County or Water Authority can charge for fees, but they either have to provide the service or will provide the service in the future. In our ...Read More

  • Martin Scorcese Facing Lawsuit From Former Nurse Over Dog Attack

    Legendary Hollywood director Martin Scorcese is facing a lawsuit filed by a home nurse who was allegedly attacked by his dog. The lawsuit alleges that Scorcese and his wife allowed their dog to “approach, menace, attack and bite” the plaintiff while she was working as a nurse at their residence. The lawsuit filed in Bronx ...Read More

  • Favorable Decision on Appeal Argued by HCPP

    Bradley Coxe argued before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in February, asking that court to uphold the District Court who had denied a summary judgment to Defendants. In their decision on May 30, the Court of Appeals reversed one claim but upheld the rest.