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2021 Employment Law

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March 19, 2021


Mecklenburg County Bar


Ethics, General, Labor & Employment Law


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Part 1: Hot Topics in Employment Law, C. Grainger Pierce, Jr., Van Hoy Reutlinger Adams & Pierce PLLC

Part 2: Covenants Not to Compete: Considerations. Conditions and Constraints, N. Renee Hughes, Partner, Ascension Law

Part 3: Noncompete Law History, Perspectives and Future Trends, Hon. William (Bill) Constangy, Constangy Dispute Resolution; State of North Carolina

Part 4: Resolving Conflicts Through Collaborative Law, Bartina Edwards, The Law Offices of Bartina Edwards, D. Christopher Osborn Esq, Osborn Conflict Resolution & Danae C. Woodward, Woodward & Woodward PLLC

Part 5: Emerging Ethics: Is Your Firm Positioned to Evolve & Thrive? Camille Stell, President and CEO, Lawyers Mutual Consulting and Services

Part 6: COVID-19 Legal Update, Kevin P. Murphy, Herrmann & Murphy, PLLC & Sean F. Herrmann, Herrmann & Murphy, PLLC

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C. Grainger Pierce, Jr.
Van Hoy Reutlinger Adams & Pierce PLLC

N. Renee Hughes
Partner - Ascension Law

Honorable William (Bill) Constangy
Constangy Dispute Resolution; State of North Carolina

The Honorable William Constangy ( is author of Noncompete Law, a national treatise published... Read More

Bartina Edwards
The Law Offices of Bartina Edwards

D. Christopher Osborn, Esq.
Osborn Conflict Resolution

Danae C. Woodward
Woodward & Woodward PLLC

Camille Stell
President and CEO - Lawyers Mutual Consulting and Services

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