The 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© recognized 72 Brooks Pierce attorneys, more than 70% of the firm’s lawyers, as industry leaders. Included in that total are 11 attorneys who were recognized as “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective practice areas and another nine Brooks Pierce attorneys included as “Ones to Watch.”
Brooks Pierce has one of the most well-established labor and employment practices in North Carolina, having represented employers throughout North Carolina and the Southeast for nearly 100 years. Our team is comprised of litigators who have advocated for our clients before state and federal courts, but we also offer practical, real-world advice on all aspects of employment law to help you avoid the courtroom.
On Sept. 9, 2021, President Biden announced a six-part plan to combat COVID-19. In spoken remarks, he described a “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” caused by the fact that nearly 80 million Americans have yet to get a shot. Brooks Pierce attorneys Natalie Sanders and Claire O'Brien provide more information in this client alert.
Since its introduction approximately a decade ago in Japan, vtubing has quickly risen in popularity around the world. The rise of vtubing provides new opportunities for streamers to maintain anonymity, commoditize streaming entertainment, expand business ventures and exit that business by selling off the vtuber and its associated products. With those opportunities, however, vtubers also need to be aware of potential legal pitfalls.
Health care is easily one of the most regulated industries in America, and is becoming more so every day. With the constantly changing regulatory landscape, health care providers find it increasingly difficult to keep pace while still providing top-notch care to their patients. Brooks Pierce’s team of highly knowledgeable and experienced health care attorneys strive to remain on the cutting edge of the laws, regulations, and other issues impacting our health care clients.
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Sue Young is a transactional lawyer whose practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and general corporate law. Sue is a strategic and practical problem solver who is driven by integrity and a passion for achieving the best results for the Firm's clients. More