Archive for the ‘NC Laws’ Category

  • New Orders from North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley Concerning North Carolina Courts

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    Earlier today, North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley issued new orders concerning the North Carolina court operations. These orders included extending filing deadlines, limiting in-person contact between the public and the staff of local clerk of court offices,...

  • COVID-19 and Business Immunity – What the Construction Industry and Other Essential Businesses Need to Know

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    Monday, May the 4th, Governor Cooper signed into law funding and policy changes related to North Carolina and coronavirus relief. One of the policy provisions related to a Limited Business Immunity for “essential” businesses. All construction trades are deemed “essential”...

  • Anderson Jones Attorney Todd Jones Featured in CFMA’s Building Profits Magazine

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    Construction Financial Management Association’s (CFMA) Building Profits Magazine featured Anderson Jones Managing Partner Todd Jones in the March/April 2020 issue. In this publication, Todd analyzes federal case law and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) standards to help determine who...

  • COVID-19 Causes Federal and State Tax Filing Extensions

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    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both federal and North Carolina State taxpayers are being offered a Coronavirus relief which extends income tax filings and payments to July 15, 2020. For more details, the IRS and NC Department of Revenue notices are...

  • Anderson Jones Attorney Lindsey Powell Presents at ICRI Event

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    Last month Anderson Jones Attorney, Lindsey Powell, presented at the Carolinas Chapter of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) Fall Conference in Greenville, SC. Lindsey spoke to the ICRI members about a legal update concerning SC and NC lien law...

  • Tips to Help Avoid Violations of the False Claims Act

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    The False Claims Act (FCA) holds responsible companies and individuals that conspire, conceal or create fraudulent claims against the government in order to receive money. For tips on how to help avoid allegations of the False Claim Act when working...

  • 2019 National Celebration of Pro Bono

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    October 20-26, 2019 has been designated National Celebration of Pro Bono Week by the American Bar Association. This is an annual opportunity to shine a spotlight on the amazing pro bono work by lawyers, paralegals, and law students across the...

  • Scare Tactics Used to Sell Labor Law Posters

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    The NC Department of Labor (NCDOL) recently sent out a great reminder that some poster companies use scare tactics to sell labor law posters to businesses. They say threats of being fined are bogus and should be ignored. The NCDOL...

  • 3M Issues Recalls for Fall Protection Devices

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      Thank you Steel Erectors Association of America for this important recall information related to 3M Fall Protection Devices. Click here to read full article which details how to download the original stop use notice, solution information, and how to...

  • Important Medical Forms for Young Adults

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    When a young adult turns 18 they can officially in the eyes of the law vote, enter into contracts, get married and serve on a jury amongst many other things. One responsibility that changes is controlling and communicating plans for...