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The Greensboro office of Womble Carlyle was opened in 2001 to provide an additional base from which to serve one of the state's key business centers.
The office has quickly grown to more than 15 lawyers whose practices cover the specialty areas of capital markets, corporate and securities, health care, intellectual property, labor and employment, and business litigation. The office is also home to several lawyers in the Firm's Supply Chain Management practice group who focus on providing practical solutions to businesses with supply chain issues.
In addition to guiding clients in complex patent and trademark proceedings, Womble Carlyle attorney Jack Hicks also is helping prepare the next generation of IP professionals as an Adjunct Professor at the Elon University School of Law.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Varsity Brands Inc. et al. v. Star Athletica LLC stands to impact how brands in all sorts of industries can protect design-based copyrights. But exactly how remains to be seen.
Womble Carlyle’s annual South Carolina Economic Development Review was a big success, with more than 150 industry leaders in attendance.
Womble Carlyle attorneys Michael Sullivan and Christa Burger will be speaking at the American Home Furnishings Alliance (AHFA) Formaldehyde Rule Workshop.
White will provide a “Staffing and Employment Law Update” at the conference. 2016 has brought significant regulatory changes that directly affect ASOs and their customers, including expansive new guidance about joint employer liability under the Fair Labor Standards Act, and a new OSHA rule requiring electronic reporting of workplace injuries and illnesses.
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