This morning, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a unanimous decision in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh’s client. In State v. Jaimes, the Court held that a trial court erred in permitting the State to amend a criminal indictment to change the name of the alleged victim from “Hernandez
Last week, adjunct faculty at Elon University voted to unionize by nearly a 2-1 margin, with 112 votes in favor of the Union and 68 in opposition. The faculty will affiliate with SEIU Workers United Southern Region, and will now move forward scheduling negotiations with the university. Patterson Harkavy represented
Last month, North Carolina State Bar President Gray Wilson presented the institution’s highest honor, the John B. McMillan Award for Distinguished Service, to Jon Harkavy. You can read about the presentation and the extraordinary service that earned Jon the award here.
Attorney Trisha S. Pande has joined Patterson Harkavy. Trisha was previously Assistant General Counsel at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) in Washington, DC, where she supported the union’s national campaign organizing faculty and graduate students at higher education institutions. While at SEIU, Trisha represented workers and local unions before the
Patterson Harkavy files class action alleging that recovery treatment centers exploited residents for unpaid labor
Patterson Harkavy and co-counsel, the NC Justice Center and Outten & Golden LLP, filed a class and collective action lawsuit on behalf of individuals struggling to overcome substance abuse and addiction who assert that they were exploited by a local recovery center for unpaid labor. According to the suit, Recovery
For the cover story of its most recent Triangle Edition issue, Attorney at Law Magazine profiled Patterson Harkavy partner Bradley Bannon. In a wide-ranging conversation with editor Bob Friedman, Brad talked about the natural expansion of his criminal defense practice into civil rights and police misconduct cases, his recent leadership
Patterson Harkavy attorneys Narendra Ghosh and Paul Smith successfully prevented the North Carolina General Assembly from changing the rules for 2018 judicial elections. The General Assembly originally created a system in which judicial candidates would appear on the November ballot along with their party affiliation. In late July, after candidate
Federal Judge A. Marvin Quattlebaum, Jr. entered an order and opinion last week affirming the decision of federal Judge Kaymani West to vacheron constantin replica allow police shooting victim Julian Betton’s lawsuit to go to trial against both the City of Myrtle Beach and its officer who shot Mr. Betton.