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Burton Writes on UATRA, Reforming Negligence Law

Burton Craige has written an article, entitled Should North Carolina Enact the Uniform Apportionment of Tort Responsibility Act?, for an issue of Trial Briefs, the publication of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. The article discusses possibl… Read More
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Jonathan Harkavy Presents 2007-08 Annual Supreme Court Review of Employment Law Cases

At the 24th Annual North Carolina/South Carolina Labor and Employment Law CLE held in Asheville, Jonathan Harkavy presented his 2007-08 annual review of the Supreme Court’s employment law cases. His paper is entitled Supreme Court of the United Sta… Read More
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Mike Speaks at 2008 AFL-CIO LCC Conference on State and Local Central Labor Organizations

Michael Okun spoke at the 2008 Annual Conference of the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee (LCC), which was held in Seattle. Mike’s talk was part of a session concerning the representation of state and local movements and their partner 501(c)(3… Read More
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2008 AFL-CIO LCC Conference Session on Protecting Injured Workers

Valerie Johnson spoke at the 2008 Annual Conference of the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee (LCC), which was held in Seattle. Valerie’s talk was part of a session concerning health and safety for workers. She presented a paper, written al… Read More
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2007 Workers' Compensation CLE Session on Benefits for State Employees

Valerie Johnson spoke at the NCATL’s 2007 Workplace Torts and Workers Comp CLE, held in Chapel Hill. Hank Patterson was also one of the program’s co-chairs. Valerie’s presentation topic and paper was New Developments in the Interact… Read More
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Mike Writes on the Protection for Workers Acting "In Concert"

Michael Okun has written an article, entitled In Concert: A Beginner’s Guide to Labor and Employment Law’s Old and Well-Kept Secret, for an issue of Trial Briefs, the publication of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. The article discusses… Read More
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