Wake Forest University, JD, 1976
North Carolina State University, BA, 1973, cum laude
Member, Board of Directors, North Carolina Supreme Court Historical SocietyMember, Board of Directors of Badger-Iredell FoundationWake County Bar Association, President-elect10th Judicial District Bar Association, President-electNorth Carolina Bar Association, Administration of Justice Committee
Make a Resolution For a Safe 2013
Changes to North Carolina Mechanics Lien Laws
Essentials of Risk Transfer
When OSHA Visits: North Carolina’s Occupational Safety and Health Act
2007 OSHA Year End Review
New Initial Communication Rules
General Contractor Responsibility for Subcontractor OSHA Violations
Employers – Reevaluate Your Safety Program Annually
Due Diligence at Dawn Risky Business: Case Studies and Lessons Learned from Phase I Litigation
Robeson County Beauty Loses Contest, but Still has Appeal
Certified MediatorRanked among Law & Politics magazine's North Carolina “Super Lawyers," (Litigation) 2006 - 2008Listed in Who’s Who in American Law, 11th Edition Litigation Counsel of America Fellow
Obtained $3.2 million settlement for client in a condemnation action
Obtained $5.5 million settlement for client on a bridge construction project.
Successfully appealed an adverse OSHA administrative decision regarding loading procedures, creating savings to the client of $1 million per year.
PublicationsAuthor, Construction Law Settlement and Negotiation, Aspatore Books, 2007Author, Construction Contracts with North Carolina Department of Transportation, 2004Contributing Editor, North Carolina Administrative Law Guide, Business Law Resources, Inc., 1996Supplement Editor, Construction Litigation: Strategies and Techniques, Wiley Law Publishing, 1993Author, "A Review of Statutory Procedures for Resolving Contract Disputes," Campbell Law Observer, Vol 8, No. 4
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