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Seven attorneys from the Moore & Van Allen’s Charlotte office have recently been elected as the firm’s newest members: Benjamin P. Fryer, Jeffrey R. Gray, Patrick B. Horne, Matthew R. Mitchell, Benjamin M. Pickett, Brennan E. Sheedy and Melinda (Mindy) ...
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When a Durham attorney sued the North Carolina Division of Employment Security last year over its decision to stop making notices of unemployment appeals hearings available to attorneys, her counsel, Jim White, looked at it as a straightforward Public Records ...Read More »
Reversing its own opinion from just seven months ago, the North Carolina Court of Appeals held recently that wrongfully maintaining encroaching structures—not only constructing new ones— does, in fact, constitute a daily trespass. After taking a second look at the ...Read More »
DETROIT — Employment law attorneys are closely watching a Michigan class-action suit filed by former Jimmy John’s employees who claim the national sandwich chain’s noncompete agreement is unfairly keeping them from getting better jobs. Noncompete agreements are commonplace in today’s ...Read More »