Wilkes v. City of Greenville
Back in October of 2015, we posted a blog (http://www.smithlawfirm.biz/2015/10/22/parsons-presumption/) dealing with the Parson’s Presumption as interpreted by the North Carolina Court of Appeals in Wilkes v.
Read before you sign…. And, maybe even consult an attorney
I reviewed an employment form this week that contained a confidentiality provision, a non-solicitation provision, and a covenant not to compete.
There have been two written decisions recently dealing with the interpretation and enforcement of non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-inducement clauses in the employment context in North Carolina. This blog post will
As we mentioned in our previous blog, Department of Labor Investigations are on the rise; specifically, the DOL is looking into the employee/independent contractor classification. Too often, employers are classifying
Employer beware the preliminary employment discussions…
Modise v. North Carolina Wesleyan College, Inc.
Modise v. North Carolina Wesleyan College, Inc. addresses the issue of whether or not an offer of employment
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