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2019 Law Journal

2019 Law Journal


Business North Carolina has asked legal experts to weigh in on some of the most pressing issues affecting business owners today. Topics such as employee-generated data and business succession plans are imperative for most small-business owners in the state, but laws are confusing and require a deep knowledge. Meanwhile, demand for CBD and hemp products is soaring, and more entrepreneurs are entering the related industries, but there are legal implications many aren’t aware of. These issues are explored by some of the state’s top legal minds in the following pages.

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What is hemp? Is it even legal?
By Clint Pinyan, Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP

Navigating the risks of processing employee-generated data
By F. Marshall Wall, Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP

Is it time to review your succession plan documentation?
By Zachary F. Lamb and MerrilL G. Jones, II, Ward and Smith PA

Core Technologies

The story behind Core Technology Molding

I was at a manufacturing industry conference (MFGCON) last week in Durham. That’s where I heard Geoff Foster talk about the company he founded in 2006, Core Technology Molding Corporation in Greensboro.  
Fayetteville Tech Sundial Fountain

Fayetteville Tech’s president prepares for retirement

Larry Keen is retiring as president of Fayetteville Tech, the state’s third-largest community college, effective Jan. 1. Here is his story, one that is not widely known. 

Supreme Court justice cites hire as reason to oust chief judge

N.C. Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr. isn’t on the ballot this year, but he’s taking an active role in determining which GOP candidates for appellate courts make it to the November election. Berger, whose father is...

Culbertson: How to negotiate with David Tepper

This is a column by John Culbertson, owner of Cardinal Real Estate Partners LLC in Charlotte. He's a veteran real estate adviser and investor. How do you negotiate with someone who has 17.7 billion dollars?...

Deal would double Atrium Health’s size

Atrium plots Midwest expansion
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