• NC Bill Revising Chapter 47C Becomes Law

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    By: Felicia Haigh, Attorney at Law   On June 30, 2020, NC Session Law 2020-52 titled “An Act to Make Various Changes to the Statutes Governing Condominiums and Condominium Associations” was signed into law enacting numerous revisions to Chapter 47C...

  • Election Day: Taking Time Off of Work to Vote

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    By: Christine F. Mayhew, Attorney at Law   What are an employer’s obligations to grant employee requests for leave to vote? Although no federal legislation exists requiring employers to provide time off to vote, many states have enacted their own...

  • Happy Paralegal Day!

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    October 23rd is both National Paralegal Day and North Carolina Paralegal Day! Today we are celebrating our amazing and hardworking paralegals. They are an essential part of our team here at Anderson Jones, PLLC. We appreciate everything they do for...

  • Nursing Mothers in the Workplace

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    Did you know, that more than 80% of new mothers in the U.S. begin breastfeeding and more than half of new mothers are in the workforce? In consequence it is required by federal law for businesses to allow a break...

  • Can LLC Members Be Personally Liable for Acts of LLC?

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    By: Todd A. Jones, Attorney at Law   Many clients ask about the effectiveness of creation of an LLC as a protection in litigation.  A recent North Carolina Court of Appeals ruling is instructive. In the case, Dacat, Inc. v....

  • Untimely Workers Comp Claim Revived by Appellate Fact Finding

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    By: Matthew P. Blake, Attorney at Law   In Cunningham v. Goodyear, (10/6/2020) the majority of a split Court of Appeals panel made jurisdictional findings that treatment provided by the employer in 2017 was related to a 2014 injury.  This...

  • It’s Not Too Late to Complete Your 2020 Census

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    Did you forget to complete your 2020 Census? Don’t worry, it’s not too late. You still have the option to respond online, by U.S. mail or by phone at (844) 330-2020. Per the US Census 2020 website, “The census provides...

  • Georgia Governor Signs Bill into Law Revising Court of Appeals’ Interpretation of Mechanic’s Lien Statute

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    By: Lindsey E. Powell, Attorney at Law   In late 2019, the Georgia Court of Appeals’ issued a decision in ALA Construction Services, LLC v. Controlled Access, Inc., 351 Ga. App. 841 (2019), holding that an executed lien waiver released...

  • SBA Warns Public of Fraudulent Schemes

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    Recently the Office of Inspector General alerted the public about potential fraud schemes related to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) economic stimulus programs in response to the pandemic.  If you are a small business especially be on the lookout...

  • Are You Registered to Vote?

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    Are you registered to vote? At your current home address? With your current legal name? Make sure you are properly registered for the upcoming 2020 elections, by clicking one of the links below: North Carolina South Carolina Georgia USA