Brooks Pierce partner Craig Schauer was recently appointed by the North Carolina General Assembly to the State Judicial Council. His four-year term begins on Jan. 1, 2021.
The State Judicial Council is an advisory and oversight body for the Judicial Branch. The council’s membership consists of representatives from every component of the court system, members of the bar and the public. Members are tasked with advising both the Chief Justice and the General Assembly on proper funding and administration for North Carolina’s state courts.
Schauer helps clients identify and solve a wide variety of legal problems, ranging from small legal questions to large constitutional lawsuits. He assists clients in resolving issues with contractual disputes, government regulations, business torts and unfair competition. Schauer also works with clients on questions concerning permissible political activity, election laws and First Amendment rights.
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