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Spotlight on Small Business in Charlotte

Small Business Law in Charlotte, NC

This week kicks off National Small Business Week (April 29- May 5) and also starts Small Business Month for Charlotte! Both occasions have us feeling extra grateful for both our clients who support a legal firm that takes a different approach than some of the larger, corporate-style firms and also for our small business clients.…

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Workplace Harassment Claims- What Employers Need to Know

is my business a hostile work environment

Harassment in the workplace has risen to the forefront in the media, and employers are (rightfully) concerned about how to protect their employees and businesses from workplace harassment claims. Employers want to know what exactly harassment is and how to prevent it. Some employees may complain of conduct that meets the common-sense definition of harassment,…

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3 Business Audits You Need to Do

Business Audits to Protect Company

Now that tax season is coming to a close, it may be tempting to take a pause from policy and document review, but before taking a break, there are 3 business audits you need to do this quarter (hint: not tax-related). Process and policy audits are ways to continue to protect your growing business. Likely,…

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Employment Law: What is a Right to Sue Letter from the EEOC?

Right to Sue letter from EEOC

In most federal employment discrimination cases, before an employee can file a lawsuit against his or her employer, the employee is required to exhaust administrative avenues by filing a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Once the complaint is filed, the employer is on notice that any negative actions against the…

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3 Ways We Put Clients First

SeiferFlatow puts clients first

It’s a tired company line: we put clients first. It’s also the only way that Charlotte businesses ever get the privilege of sticking around or growing. Charlotteans recognize that Charlotte is still a small town wearing the suit of the big city. We love sharing referrals (or giving warnings), and we take pride in our…

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Announcing a New Partner at SeiferFlatow, PLLC

new partner at SeiferFlatow, PLLC

2018 is set to be an exciting year for our firm, starting with welcoming a new partner at SeiferFlatow, PLLC. We’re proud to announce Missy Foard as our firm’s newest partner. Missy has been a valuable member of the SeiferFlatow team since 2015 and has consistently proven her work ethic to us and, more importantly,…

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Working from Home & Workers’ Compensation in North Carolina

workers' compensation

For many companies, allowing employees to telecommute, or work from home, cuts down on costs and helps their bottom line. But those employees are not exempt from workers’ compensation coverage just because there isn’t a physical building for an accident to occur. Even though an employer cannot control the telecommuters’ working conditions at home, courts…

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I’m Hiring a New Salesperson, Do I Need a Non-Compete?


Non-competes, also known as “covenants not to compete,” are restrictive covenants found in some employment agreements. A non-compete is an agreement between the employer and employee that restricts the employee’s right to compete with the employer for a set period of time after employment ends. Employers opt for non-competes most often in situations where they…

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