The N.C. House voted 104-9 to approve a ballot question for a constitutional amendment limiting the power of eminent domain. The amendment would ban
The NC House is considering a bill that would result in an eminent domain amendment to the NC Constitution. House Bill 3 would place the amendment on
The N.C. Court of Appeals has issued a stay of a Forsyth County Superior Court Judge’s order directing the N.C. Department of Transportation to make
By many accounts, North Carolina has lost in excess of $400 million in business revenue (and a whole lot of basketball games) due to HB2. HB2, for
Last month, the North Carolina State Assembly voted 109-0 to pass SB 303, which mandates that a franchisor is not the employer of a franchisee or a
North Carolina’s Supreme Court held that a state law carving out potential future highway projects represented an unconstitutional taking of
Once again, the EEOC has gone after a nursing and rehabilitation center for disability discrimination, this time in North Carolina. We predicted on
The short answer is “no,” because the employee’s prima facie case of retaliation can be rebutted by showing a legitimate, non-retaliatory reason for the termination.
Earlier this week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed yet another Fair Housing Act (FHA) lawsuit, this time alleging that the owners and manager of two dozen rental homes in North Carolina discriminated against African American residents.
A North Carolina-based employee has filed a FLSA collective action and a state law class action alleging, among other things, breach of contract, against Foot Locker Incorporated.