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The Lollar Law Firm, PLLC

Employment, Criminal, DUI-DWI, Litigation, Contract, The Lollar Law Firm specializes in civil litigation, criminal law, collections, college student defense, and employment law. With regards to civil litigation matters, Ms. Lollar handles cases involving business law, contract law, insurance disputes and employment litigation. With regards to criminal law matters, Ms. Lollar handles cases involving traffic law, DUI/DWI law, college student offenses, underage offenses, driving while license revoked or suspended, drug offenses and expungements. With regards to employment law matters, Ms. Lollar handles cases involving wrongful termination, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, the Family Medical Leave Act, severance agreements, workplace retaliation, severance agreements and unemployment insurance claims.

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Charles Malcolm Lollar

Eminent Domain

Charles “Chuck” Lollar is an attorney who represents clients in all regions of Virginia and North Carolina. His exclusive focus of practice is rep... (more)

Charles Malcolm Lollar

Real Estate, Lawsuit & Dispute, Government, Civil & Human Rights

Chip is a seasoned eminent domain attorney who has handled a variety of complex eminent domain cases. He has represented numerous types of eminent dom... (more)

Christina Elizabeth Lollar

General Practice

Christina joined her father Chuck and brother Chip in January 2019. She brings over 14 years of litigation experience to Lollar Law. She now focuses h... (more)

Christina E. Lollar is the founder of The Lollar Law Firm, PLLC located in Raleigh, North Carolina.  Ms. Lollar brings a dedicated, innovative and individualized approach to the representation of each and every client.  She currently concentrates her practice in civil litigation, criminal law, college student defense and employment law.  At The Lollar Law Firm clients will find a high degree of sophistication and professionalism combined with a genuine commitment to helping people face personal, legal and business challenges.   

The Lollar Law Firm specializes in civil litigation, criminal law, collections, college student defense, and employment law. With regards to civil litigation matters, Ms. Lollar handles cases involving business law, contract law, insurance disputes and employment litigation. With regards to criminal law matters, Ms. Lollar handles cases involving traffic law, DUI/DWI law, college student offenses, underage offenses, driving while license revoked or suspended, drug offenses and expungements. With regards to employment law matters, Ms. Lollar handles cases involving wrongful termination, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, the Family Medical Leave Act, severance agreements, workplace retaliation, severance agreements and unemployment insurance claims.

    The Lollar Law Firm, PLLC
    3737 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 100
    Raleigh, NC 27612
    35.851876,-78.702013

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    3737 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 100
    Raleigh, NC 27612

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