We’re pleased to announce that partner and board-certified family law specialist, Lynn Wilson McNally, has received her mediation certification from the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission and is now certified to conduct mediations of equitable distribution and other family law financial cases in North Carolina district court actions.
We are pleased to announce that Caren Enloe has rejoined Smith Debnam as a partner in our Creditors’ Rights practice group. Enloe will lead the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation unit and brings a wealth of experience in the consumer financial services sector, both in litigation and compliance matters.
Although electronic signatures have maintained an “equivalent to paper signature” status in North Carolina since 1998, their current use in commerce has remained surprisingly minimal. For those who wish to contract and conduct business electronically in North Carolina, the door appears open to doing so. However, before wading into these waters, here are the four things you need to keep in mind.
Pregnancy Complications: Supreme Court Clarifies What Is Appropriate In Accommodating Pregnant Workers.