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May 2018

Scott Tippett Joins Hagan Barrett & Langley PLLC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 16, 2018 Greensboro Law Firm Announces New Partner Greensboro, NC — Hagan Barrett & Langley, a boutique firm providing legal services to business leaders, announced that Scott K. Tippett has joined the firm as a partner, effective May 16, 2018. “Mr. Tippett brings substantial experience in business, tax, estate planning, and real estate matters to our firm,” said Partner Alex Barrett….

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Feb 2018

Chip Hagan Receives “NC Super Lawyer” Recognition

Charles “Chip” T. Hagan III has been recognized as “North Carolina Super Lawyers” by Super Lawyers Magazine, which provides a rating service of attorneys who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations, identifying “Super Lawyers” in 70 practice areas. Hagan has been named every year since 2012 in the areas of…

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Nov 2017

Hagan Barrett & Langley named among the 2018 Best Law Firms by US News & World Report and Best Lawyers

Hagan Barrett & Langley PLLC has been named among the 2018 Best Law Firms by US News & World Report and Best Lawyers in “recognition of professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers” based on the attorney ranking service’s evaluation of over 13,745 firms. Hagan Barrett & Langley received a tiered ranking reflecting “a unique combination of quality law practice and breadth…

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Nov 2017

Congratulations to Tammi Thurm, our firm administrator, for winning the District 5 seat on the Greensboro City Council

With 54.9% of the vote, Tammi unseated her opponent, Tony Wilkins, the incumbent who had served on the City Council since 2012. A political newcomer, Tammi focused her campaign on the issues that matter most to her like bringing quality jobs to Greensboro, developing more affordable housing, creating a welcoming community and providing transparency in city government. She received endorsements from Equality NC, Replacements Ltd…

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Aug 2017

Chip Hagan and Robert Douglas Receive National Recognition

Charles “Chip” T. Hagan III and Robert D. Douglas III have been named among the 2018 Best Lawyers in America ® by a peer-review survey comprising more than three million evaluations by top attorneys across the nation. The Best Lawyers® recognition is based upon specific practice areas. Hagan was named for his work in the practice areas of Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships, Closely…

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Oct 2016

Chip Hagan named among Triad Business Journal’s “Most Influential People of 2016”

Charles T. “Chip” Hagan III, a founding partner with Hagan Barrett & Langley, has been named among Triad Business Journal’s “Most Influential People of 2016” for the tenth year in a row. As in the past 13 years, fifty community leaders including business owners, veteran policy makers and philanthropists were recognized for their contributions of time, talent and resources, and their decisions influencing the strength…

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Aug 2016

Chip Hagan and Bob Douglas Receive National Peer Recognition

Chip Hagan and Bob Douglas have been named among the 2016 Best Lawyers in America ® as a result of a peer-review survey comprising more than three million evaluations by top attorneys across the nation. The Best Lawyers® recognition is based upon specific practice areas. Hagan was named for his work in the practice areas of Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships, Closely Held Companies and…

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Jun 2016

Hiring Summer Help Without Getting Burned

Many employers look to youth to fill their employment needs during the summer. It can be a cost savings and provide valuable and much needed help to employers, while providing valuable experience and income for the young employee.  However, youth employment can create traps with costly penalties for the unwitting employer.  This blog post will, hopefully, help you identify and avoid these traps. 1.  Is…

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Jun 2016

“Parsons Presumption”

The proper application of the Parsons presumption, which many workers’ compensation practitioners understood afforded injured employees the benefit of a presumption of a causal relationship between the originally accepted injury (or injury previously determined to be compensable) and the need for additional treatment for the accepted/compensable injury, continues to create a good deal of appellate activity.  As indicated in my previous blog, the North Carolina…

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Mar 2016

Decisions to Watch – North Carolina Court of Appeals Employee Cases

Four recent decisions by the North Carolina Court of Appeals relate to Workers’ Compensation issues and have the potential to impact your business. The following overview highlights these cases. If you have questions about any of these decisions or other Workers’ Compensation matters, please contact Kurt at (336) 232-0655. If you have employees that reside more than 50 miles from their place of employment—BEWARE!  In a…

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