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Employee termination law in North Carolina

USA - April 27 2018 A structured guide to employee termination law in North Carolina

Environmental surcharges: a sure thing?

USA - October 31 2012 From time to time, dry cleaners and other businesses, aware that prices the of the goods and services they sell are increased by the costs of environmental compliance, ask me whether this increased overhead can be passed on directly to their customers in the form of “environmental surcharges.”

Employment and labor in North Carolina

USA - April 27 2018 A structured guide to employment and labor in North Carolina

Are factoring transactions true sales? Should factors care?

USA - November 15 2012 This article was written in response to questions from my factoring clients regarding whether factoring transactions constitute “true sales” of accounts receivable and, if not, why and what are the ramifications

Cancellation of manufactured home title

USA - November 6 2014 The title to a manufactured home may create title issues for the real property on which a manufactured home is located. Even though a manufactured

Hiring and wage & hour law in North Carolina

USA - April 27 2018 A structured guide to background checks, hiring and wage & hour law in North Carolina

Employment and labor in North Carolina

USA - April 27 2018 A structured guide to employment and labor in North Carolina

Employee termination law in North Carolina

USA - April 27 2018 A structured guide to employee termination law in North Carolina

Managing the employment relationship in North Carolina

USA - April 27 2018 A structured guide to managing the employment relationship in North Carolina

Six Months In, Privacy Shield Is Battered But Holding: Three Notable Developments in U.S-E.U. Data Transfers

European Union, USA - December 19 2016 The United States has traditionally taken a libertarian approach to data privacy: “what is not forbidden is permitted.” Outside sensitive sectors