The office party is coming up soon. The venue is reserved, the caterer is scheduled, an office-wide email has been sent encouraging everyone to wear their tackiest sweater (except for Bob – we don’t want… Read More
You are an employer, hiring to fill a position that requires an employee be on-call seven days per week. An otherwise suitable applicant informs you during the hiring process that he or she will not… Read More
Generally, under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act, an injury is compensable if the injured worker can show: (1) an injury by accident, (2) in the course of employment, and (3) the injury arose out… Read More
Employees injured on the job may be owed compensation under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act. While workers’ compensation is a “no-fault” system, there are some exceptions. For example, in North Carolina, in general, if… Read More
We are pleased to announce that David W. Earley and Jefferson P. Whisenant have joined the firm as associates. David is a member of the litigation team and Jefferson is a member of the workers’… Read More
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