A common issue that business travelers have is how to focus on staying fit while traveling. Traveling consists of eating lots of quick meals in rushed environments with little time for exercise and general health. While on the road, it can be difficult to make sure you get enough sleep, which can also lead to…

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Jessica Brewer Abroad

This is a guest post from Jessica Brewer, a paralegal at our firm. In the summer of 2012, I was fortunate enough to travel abroad and study in London, visit Paris for a weekend, and see countless historical sites such as Stonehenge, Tower of London, Oxford University and Hampton Court Palace. Then to top the…

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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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criminal law

Early last week, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals handed down an important criminal law decision, holding that despite the guarantees of the Second Amendment, drug users have a limited right to own firearms. In U.S. v. Carter, the defendant Carter was a user of marijuana and after a complaint was filed with the police…

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