By: C. Terrell Thomas, Jr., Attorney at Law Employers often ask their employees to sign non-competition agreements, commonly referred to as non-compete agreements. Up until late 2014, North Carolina law was quite strict in refusing to enforce such agreements in an employer-employee context. However, on August 5, 2014, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled that the parties […]
Have you been denied a Concealed Carry Permit? If you have recently been denied a concealed carry permit application due to something on your background that you dispute, the gun rights attorneys at Kirk Kirk Howell Cutler & Thomas can help. Maybe you have previously had a concealed carry and your application to renew was […]
Mental health is a big topic when i comes to who should and should not be allowed permission to received a gun permit. Even if you are voluntarily committed for mental health reasons, you could be denied firearm rights.
Recent changes to North Carolina’s expungement laws now provide individuals with a criminal record an easier path to removing past convictions. Find out if you are eligible to qualify for an expungement due to the new law.
A domestic violence conviction does not always mean loss of gun rights. However, due to the nature of the conviction, getting your rights restored can be a challenge. Learn what determines if your gun rights can be restored.
Getting your license restored after having them suspended might seem like a challenge, but it may not be as complicated as you think. Depending on the nature of your violation, there may be a way to get your restoration and have you back on the road!
The NCDOT has finally decided where the completion of I-540 will take place. Find out where and when the route will be constructed to see if you will be affected. Our Raleigh lawyers have monitored this land condemnation and eminent domain scenario for the past few years and can provide legal assistance to ensure you receive fair value for your property.
Have you been properly compensated for signing your employment non-compete agreement? North Carolina law specifies that certain consideration must be provided to employees who sign a non-compete for their employer. Make sure you know what benefits you are entitled to receive.
Does your employer require signing a non-compete agreement as a term of employment? If so, then you should know your North Carolina employment rights. Our Raleigh law office has provided some information that may help you determine if you are entitled to more compensation.
Often the consequences for immigration based on a criminal conviction aren’t fully explained to the defendants. This can be extremely difficult when dealing with language barriers, but it is important to be ethical and forthcoming with those faced with criminal allegations and possible deportation. Find out more about the immigration and criminal conviction process here.