May 19, 2020
Getting Employees back to work in North Carolina
By Lincoln Derr

Back to Work You Go? It’s been a long 9 or 10 weeks (depending on when you began sheltering in place), but all indications are that many states (North Carolina included) are trying to slowly and safely lift restrictions so […]

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April 17, 2020
Are you Covered for Business Interruption Losses due to COVID-19?
By Jeremy Sugg

Many small businesses in North Carolina are wondering if they will survive the temporary closures or other losses required by Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Stay at Home Order. In an effort to survive, businesses are rightfully applying for government stimulus programs […]

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April 17, 2020
Remote Depositions in North Carolina During COVID-19
By Sara Lincoln

Depose Witnesses Remotely at your own Risk. On March 27, 2020 as Governor Roy Cooper’s Stay at Home Order went into effect, I was fielding requests from other North Carolina lawyers to move forward with depositions. The push was on to try […]

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April 6, 2020
5 Zoom Vulnerabilities – How To Avoid Doom With Zoom
By Scott Addison

5 Ways to Avoid Doom with Zoom In Part 1 of “Is Zoom Safe – Keep Your Meetings Secure During COVID-19,” we discussed basic practices to keep unwanted eyes and ears out of your Zoom meetings. In part 2, we […]

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April 6, 2020
Is Zoom Secure – Virtual Meetings During COVID-19
By Scott Addison

Is Zoom Giving You the 6 Ft. You Need? Social Distancing Day 24. Zoom call 56. And that is light compared to many. Is Zoom a secure way to conduct business during COVID-19? Now the news reports that my Zoom […]

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April 3, 2020
Contracts and COVID-19 in North Carolina
By Jeremy Sugg

Thinking COVID-19 might excuse a contractual obligation in NC? The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on North Carolina becomes greater each day. The economic implications of social distancing have taken hold. Local businesses and individuals are increasingly concerned about their […]

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