Evening at the Courthouse Event

Evening at the Courthouse Event

On April 27th Lincoln Derr joined over 400 local distinguished members of the judiciary, legislature, county commission, city council and leaders of the legal, business and civic communities at the 2017 Evening at the Courthouse event. The atrium of the courthouse was...

Lincoln Derr Welcomes Gwendolyn W. Lewis

When presented with an opportunity, challenge, or high-stakes problem, there are always an abounding number of options; failure is never one of them. Ms. Lewis’ perspective shapes her approach to all new matters. She is committed to seeing a situation through to...
Tricia Derr Speaks at Carolina HealthCare System

Tricia Derr Speaks at Carolina HealthCare System

Tricia Derr delivered a two-part series to the pharmacy department at Carolinas HealthCare System on April 20 and April 26. Over 500 attendees learned the legal aspects of clinical pharmacology. Part I of the series took an in-depth look at the key aspects of a...
Trial by Nature #3 – Stereotypes are Dangerous

Trial by Nature #3 – Stereotypes are Dangerous

Elephants can swim – even the really big ones. Weighing up to 24,000 pounds, these magnificent animals are impressive in the water. The trunk becomes a snorkel. Huge feet transform into diving fins. While they lumber awkwardly on land, they glide effortlessly in water. It is almost as though they were meant to be there in the first place.