RALEIGH, N.C. – Poyner Spruill LLP is proud to announce partner Steven A. Rowe has been appointed chair of the USLAW NETWORK Employment and Labor Law Practice Group. Steve was named to the position by the USLAW Board of Directors and will serve a one year term in the post. Steve began his term at the recent USLAW Fall Conference in Colorado Springs.

Steve advises and represents employers in a wide variety of employment matters, including claims of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful discharge, in state and federal court and before governmental agencies. Steve further advises clients in regard to employment policies and compliance issues. He is a frequent speaker on employment matters.

Steve has spoken at a number of USLAW conferences.

About USLAW NETWORK

USLAW NETWORK is an international organization composed of nearly 100 independent, full practice firms with roots in civil litigation, including more than 6,000 attorneys covering the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. USLAW is comprised of highly rated law firms that are part of the NETWORK by invitation only.

About Poyner Spruill

Poyner Spruill LLP is a large, multidisciplinary North Carolina law firm, providing a comprehensive range of business and litigation legal services. The firm has a reputation for professional excellence and client service throughout the Southeast. Poyner Spruill has offices in Charlotte, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, and Southern Pines.

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