• Anderson Jones Attorney Keith Boyette Featured in Roofing Magazine

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    Roofing Magazine featured Anderson Jones Attorney Keith Boyette in their recent issue. In this publication, Keith discusses how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspections have increased in the construction world due to COVID-19 related violations. Keith also explains...

  • Anderson Jones Supports the Fight Against Hunger

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    For a second year, Anderson Jones, PLLC will be participating in this year’s NC Legal Feeding Frenzy for the month of March!! The Feeding Frenzy is a friendly competition against other law practices, professionals, organizations, and students to collect the...

  • CDC’s COVID-19 Response Plan

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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides a response plan for employees and employers who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, as well as, a plan going forward to prevent the possibility of spreading the coronavirus in the...

  • Proposed North Carolina Senate Bill 31 Revision: Political Subdivisions/Local Bidders Notice

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      By: Felicia Haigh, Attorney at Law Earlier this month, Senate Bill 31 was filed in the North Carolina Senate.  The bill seeks to revise N.C. Gen. Stat. § 143-129, regarding the procedure for letting of public contracts.  The most...

  • Long-Term Changes in Construction Due to COVID-19

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    With COVID-19 rampant, the construction industry has had to quickly evaluate and update safety, supply chain issues, design changes and more. Many have invested in new tools, strategies and operating procedures to help overcome these issues to help with future...

  • Educators and COVID-19 Vaccine

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    With a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine, everyone in North Carolina has been assigned to particular groups depending on profession, age and at-risk level. Groups 1 and 2 are in the process of being vaccinated and on February 24th...

  • Sound Pollution in the Construction Industry

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    Sound pollution, what’s that? Per the Environmental Pollution Centers, “Noise or sound pollution is generally defined as regular exposure to elevated sound levels that may lead to adverse effects in humans or other living organisms. According to the World Health...

  • Happy Valentine’s Day!

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    Happy Valentine’s Day to all of our amazing clients, family and friends! Thank you all for your unwavering support this past year.      

  • UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health’s Carolina PROSPER Program

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    Do you need specific and helpful guidelines for the transition back into the office? Checkout UNC Gillings School of Global Public’s Carolina PROSPER Program by clicking here. They provide free webinars and education for employers outlining how to transition their...

  • Tax Credit Extended, FFCRA Expired

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    The FFCRA’s paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave requirements expired on Dec. 31, 2020.  “The Wage and Hour Division is attuned to the critical need for American workers and employers to understand this relief program as they...