We treat every case that enters our office as if it were our own. We pride ourselves not only with outstanding representation in the courtroom, but also with understanding the wants and needs of each of our clients and working diligently to find a way to meet those needs.
After a thorough consultation with you, we explore every possible avenue to success in your case. Success in the courtroom requires both mastery of the facts of the case and of the pertinent law. Let us prepare for your case and shoulder your burden. After all, isn’t that why you called us?
Breach of Contract
Breach of Fidcuiary Duty
Shareholder & Operating Agreements
Company Policies & Handbooks
Business & Contract Disputes
Acquisition and Transfer of Assets
Protection of Trade Secrets and Trademark Infringement
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Wage and Hour Disputes
Divorce and Premarital Agreements
Child Custody and Support
Domestic Violence Protective Order Violations (50B’s)
Greensboro Police Target Spring Garden StreetSeptember 16, 2014
Traffic safety violations are being targeted by the Greensboro Police Department on Spring Garden Street. The traffic safety initiative starts Tuesday, September 176th, and last for nine weeks. The initiative ...
Driving PrivilegesSeptember 14, 2014
Non-impaired driving based limited driving privileges are a complex but wonderful addition to North Carolina’s statutory authority. This statute, N.C.G.S. 20-20.1, requires close reading, and is failrly complex. Essentially, these ...
Any Color Flashing Lights – Move Over!September 11, 2014
N.C.G.S. 20-157(f), or as its commonly called, the “move over law,” was expanded to include any public service vehicle or utility vehicle, with “amber colored flashing lights.” So in addition ...
New Charges Will Double A BondSeptember 8, 2014
A troubling trend has emerged with the increased influence of bondsmen on our legislature. The modified N.C.G.S. 15A-535 is a dangerous new authority. If a person is on pre-trial release ...