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Frequently Asked Business Law Questions

By Liz Vennum | Jun 27, 2018 | Comments Off on Frequently Asked Business Law Questions

Small and mid-sized business deal with a variety of legal issues on a daily basis. Many decisions fall to the hands of management, but the best course of action is to seek legal counsel to ensure the business is protected. Our business clients call us often with questions about best practices, advice regarding operating procedures,…

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Can My Spouse Look Though My Phone/Computer/etc?

By Missy Foard | May 24, 2018 | Comments Off on Can My Spouse Look Though My Phone/Computer/etc?

Movies, books, and TV shows often portray a glamorous, or at least normalized, view of spying on one’s spouse – using listening devices, installing spy software, going through a spouse’s phone or computer, hacking email, etc. often seem to be the first step someone takes when suspicious of spousal activities. This portrayal may leave you…

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Spotlight on Small Business in Charlotte

By Mathew Flatow | Apr 30, 2018 | Comments Off on 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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An OSHA Compliance Area You Need to Address: Preventing Workplace Violence in Your Small Business

By Mathew Flatow | Apr 23, 2018 | Comments Off on An OSHA Compliance Area You Need to Address: Preventing Workplace Violence in Your Small Business
An OSHA Compliance Area You Need to Address: Preventing Workplace Violence in Your Small Business

You’re likely aware of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), but you may not be aware of the entirety of the scope the office addresses in a variety of industries. Creating a plan for preventing workplace violence in your small business is one of the ways you need to stay compliant with OSHA guidelines.…

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Workplace Harassment Claims- What Employers Need to Know

By Mathew Flatow | Apr 9, 2018 | Comments Off on 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

By Mathew Flatow | Apr 3, 2018 | Comments Off on 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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Heart Balm Actions in North Carolina Divorces

By Missy Foard | Mar 19, 2018 | Comments Off on Heart Balm Actions in North Carolina Divorces
Heart Balm in North Carolina Divorce

Alienation of Affection and Criminal Conversation are civil claims that can be filed in North Carolina and a limited number of other states.  Otherwise known as “heart balm” actions, these claims are often filed together against a third party actor, who engages in conduct that jeopardizes the marital unit.   These claims have come under…

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Clients Ask: Am I Guilty of Driving with License Revoked if I Didn’t Know?

By Adam Seifer | Mar 12, 2018 | Comments Off on Clients Ask: Am I Guilty of Driving with License Revoked if I Didn’t Know?
Driving with Revoked License in NC

In most states, having your driver’s license suspended or revoked is a consequence reserved for only the most significant driving misdeeds. DWI and DUI, reckless driving, or racking up multiple speeding tickets in a short period of time are common examples. Drivers in North Carolina may be more likely to find themselves with a suspended…

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

By Mathew Flatow | Mar 6, 2018 | Comments Off on 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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Clients Ask: How Do I Remove a Dismissed Case From My Record in NC?

By Adam Seifer | Feb 26, 2018 | Comments Off on Clients Ask: How Do I Remove a Dismissed Case From My Record in NC?
Expungement of Dismissed Case in NC

One question we often get from clients after getting their cases dismissed is, how will this affect my record? Will a background check reveal I was arrested? Will the charges show up when I go to rent property? The short answer is usually yes, the arrest and charges would still appear.  The follow up question,…

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