Clients often ask me whether employee restriction provisions, such as non-competes, are enforceable. On a basic level, these provisions place restrictions on employees after their termination or resignation so that they cannot immediately begin working for a competitor...

Workers’ compensation insurance covers an injured employee’s healthcare costs and income losses from injuries that occur while working. This can relate to pre-existing conditions that are aggravated, diseases caused by exposure on the job, injuries, and even stress and...

Earlier this year, the North Carolina Business Court rendered a decision that may affect how businesses can enforce their nondisclosure agreements. In Duo-Fast Carolinas, Inc. v. Scott’s Hill Hardware & Supply Co., 2018 NCBC 2 (January 2, 2018) the court found for the...

To begin its corporate existence as a limited liability company, your company must file Articles of Organization with the North Carolina Secretary of State. The filing fee is $125. Subsequently, most limited liability companies in North Carolina must file an annual rep...

Now would be the perfect time to review the status of your workers and make sure they are properly classified before a new law goes into effect on December 31, 2017. The Employee Fair Classification Act establishes a new division within the North Carolina Industrial Co...

Not getting paid for labor or services you provided? A lien on property may be available if your business was in a direct contract or subcontract with the property owner for whom you provided services. Your business can recover the value of the improvements to the prop...

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