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Administrative Contested Cases: A Discussion of Exempt Status under the State Human Resources Act(from Studio Webcast, Administrative Contested Cases: A Discussion of Exempt Status under the State Human Resources Act (Administrative Law Webcast Series), February 2017) | Michael C Byrne, Law Offices of Michael C Byrne PC, Raleigh
This session provides an overview of some of the basics of a contested case and involves an in-depth discussion of the recent Vincoli v. State decision from the NC Court of Appeals that has restored the right to bring a contested case petition for exempt status from the State Human Resources Act.
Do the Right Thing: Building Diversity and Inclusion within Your Corporate Legal Team*(from Mastering a Broad Practice (2017 Corporate Counsel Section Annual Meeting), January 2017) | Jay Exum, Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions Inc., Raleigh, M. Denisse Gonzalez, Cisco Systems, Raleigh, Jane Paksoy, inVentive Health Inc., Raleigh, Timika Shafeek-Horton, Duke Energy, Charlotte and Brian C. Vick, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, Durham
Corporate attorneys are often required to maintain a broad practice with the expectation that they maintain expertise across diverse areas of law and business.
This can create concerns over competency and create strain through wearing many hats.
Learn strategies for maintaining competency and mental and physical health while balancing your role in-house.
North Carolina Workers' Compensation Case Law Update(from Medical Miracles: How Advances in Medicine and Technology are Impacting the Workers' Compensation Landscape (2017 Workers' Compensation Section Annual Meeting), February 2017) | Heather T Baker, Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham LLP, Raleigh and Bruce A. Hamilton, Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham LLP, Raleigh
Bruce Hamilton reviews recent and impactful Workers’ Compensation decisions from the North Carolina Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
2017 Updates from the Industrial Commission(from Medical Miracles: How Advances in Medicine and Technology are Impacting the Workers' Compensation Landscape (2017 Workers' Compensation Section Annual Meeting), February 2017) | Charlton L. Allen, Chairman, North Carolina Industrial Commission, Raleigh and Meredith R. Henderson, North Carolina Industrial Commission, Raleigh
Chairman Charlton Allen and Executive Secretary Meredith Henderson provide an update on the happenings at the North Carolina Industrial Commission:
Executive Secretary’s Office
Administrative Motions Practice
Updates on Recent Rulemaking
Rule 04 NCAC 10J .0103 – new temporary rule eff. January 1, 2017
Rule 04 NCAC 10A .0108 – amended rule for electronic filing eff. February 1, 2017