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Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC  

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Rayford Adams

Rayford K. (Trip) Adams, IIIMember

  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
  • Corporate & Business Law

John Allevato

John F. AllevatoCo-Chair, Federal Taxation

  • Bond Counsel
  • Corporate & Business Law

Andrew Arbogast

Andrew P. ArbogastChair, Litigation Department

  • Asbestos Litigation Defense
  • Litigation


Michael Basile

Michael J. BasileChair, Business Expansion & Development

  • Appellate Litigation
  • Business Expansion & Development

H. Battle

H. Dill Battle , IIIMember

  • Deliberate Intent Litigation
  • Energy Law

Elizabeth Benedetto

Elizabeth A. BenedettoChair, Bond Counsel

  • Bond Counsel
  • Commercial Lending


Kevin Carr

Kevin L. CarrCo-Chair, Labor and Employment

  • Labor & Employment Law
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Hon. Corbett

Hon. Tom CorbettCounsel

  • Compliance, Privacy & Investigations
  • Energy Law

David Croft

David R. CroftCo-Chair, Federal Taxation

  • Corporate & Business Law
  • Federal Taxation


F. B. Day

F. B. Webster DayMember

  • Bond Counsel
  • Commercial Lending

Stephanie Eaton

Stephanie U. EatonCo-Chair, Construction Group

  • Chemical
  • Construction Law

Sally Edison

Sally E. EdisonMember

  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
  • Litigation


David Ferretti

David P. FerrettiMember in Charge of Lawyer Administration

  • Bond Counsel
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Michael Garrison

Michael S. GarrisonCo-Chair, Health Care

  • Appellate Litigation
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Carrie Grundmann

Carrie H. GrundmannMember

  • Labor & Employment Law
  • Litigation


Mark Heath

Mark E. HeathCo-Chair, OSHA & MSHA

  • Deliberate Intent Litigation
  • Energy Law

Bryce Hunter

Bryce J. HunterChair, Tax Credits

  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
  • Real Estate

Eric Iskra

Eric W. IskraChair, Labor and Employment

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Bruce Jacobs

Bruce M. JacobsCo-Chair, Consumer Finance Group

  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
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Eric Kinder

Eric E. KinderMember

  • Labor & Employment Law
  • ERISA & Managed Care

Travis Knobbe

Travis A. KnobbeMember

  • Appellate Litigation
  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights


Neva Lusk

Neva G. LuskChair, E-Discovery

  • Appellate Litigation
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

Brienne Marco

Brienne T. MarcoMember

  • Corporate & Business Law
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

Barry Naum

Barry A. NaumMember

  • Litigation
  • Utility Law


Julian Neiser

Julian E. NeiserCo-Chair, Construction Group

  • E-Discovery
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Paul Papadopoulos

Paul G. PapadopoulosCo-Chair, State & Local Taxation

  • Corporate & Business Law
  • Federal Taxation

Jeffrey Patton

Jeffrey D. PattonMember in Charge of Winston-Salem Office

  • Compliance, Privacy & Investigations
  • Chemical


Niall Paul

Niall A. PaulMember

  • Appellate Litigation
  • Chemical

Peter Pearl

Peter M. PearlMember in Charge of Roanoke Office

  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
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Jason Pizatella

Jason C. PizatellaCo-Chair, Government Relations

  • Business Expansion & Development
  • Corporate & Business Law


Peter Rich

Peter R. RichMember

  • Labor & Employment Law
  • Litigation

Susan Riggs

Susan J. RiggsMember

  • Corporate & Business Law
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Joseph Schaeffer

Joseph V. SchaefferMember

  • Deliberate Intent Litigation
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Ronald Schuler

Ronald W. SchulerChair, Securities Law

  • Appellate Litigation
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William Smith

William P. SmithChair, Intellectual Property

  • Intellectual Property

Lori Thompson

Lori D. ThompsonMember

  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
  • Family Law


Derrick Williamson

Derrick Price WilliamsonCo-Chair, Utility, Energy & Communications Law Group

  • Energy Law
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May 2020

Webinar: Business Interruption Insurance Claims - A Practical Perspective

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May 2020

Webinar: Business Reopening Q&A - Live Chat with Spilman Lawyers

North Carolina

May 2020

Webinar: Getting Back to Business: Reopening Right the First Time

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April 2020

Webinar: More Emerging Litigation Claims and Demands From COVID-19

North Carolina

April 2020

Webinar: Managing Teleworking in a COVID-19 World

North Carolina

April 2020

Webinar: COVID-19 & the FFCRA & CARES Act--Update on Loan Programs, Tax Provisions & Employee Leave Provisions of Recent Relief Statutes

North Carolina

April 2020

Webinar: The 2020 CARES ACT Overview of Paycheck Protection Program and Loan Forgiveness

North Carolina

April 2020

Webinar: Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Issues in Light of COVID-19

April 2020

Webinar: Litigation and COVID-19: How to Protect Your Business in This Time of Crisis

April 2020

Webinar: Pennsylvania COVID-19 Update Featuring Former Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett

West Virginia

April 2020

Webinar: COVID-19: What do the New Laws and Closures Mean for your Business?

West Virginia

February 2017

Mind the Gap: The Expansion of Pay Equity Laws in 2017

West Virginia

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Congress Briefly Extends Part of the FFCRA - but Only the Tax Credits
Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, December 2020

The Families First Coronavirus Relief Act ("FFCRA") was passed by Congress this spring to mandate two weeks of paid sick leave for COVID-19 reasons and to extend the FMLA by creating a new reason for FMLA leave relating to the need for child care because of COVID-19. The details of the FFCRA were covered by the Spilman COVID-19 Task Force at the time of passage here.  The FFCRA was set to expire at the end of 2020, and there had been little noise out of Congress that it would be extended...

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Coronavirus Considerations and Hot Topics Heading into 2021
Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, December 2020

When much of the country locked down in March 2020, very few expected us to still be dealing with this pandemic in December 2020. And yet, here we are. In fact, coronavirus cases are rising sharply throughout much of the country, and the prospect of additional shutdowns is growing more probable by the day. Not all news is bad. Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca have produced what appear to be viable vaccines that could be available as early as this month. As we look to 2021, here are a few issues that employers should have on their radar...

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Employers Must Be Reasonably Diligent in Tracking Employees’ Worked Hours, Even During a Global Pandemic
Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, December 2020

Whether employers like it or not, there is no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the modern work environment for many businesses. As employers across the country continue to allow, and even encourage, their employees to work remotely, we continue to see the questions and challenges that accompany the work-from-home model. Fortunately, not all of those challenges need be navigated blindly. The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) recently issued a Field Assistance Bulletin to help untangle some of the concerns regarding paying employees for all hours worked, even when employees are not in a traditional employment setting...

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Ensuring the Enforceability of Electronic Arbitration Agreements in Virtual Admission Packets
Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, October 2020

With the continued risk of the spread of COVID-19 in assisted care facilities, more and more facilities are implementing a virtual admissions process. This process includes providing all of the admissions documents, including an arbitration agreement, to potential residents and/or their legal representatives electronically. While it is preferable from a legal standpoint that the arbitration agreement be presented and executed in person, in today's world that is not always possible. Below is a discussion of the risks associated with the use of electronic arbitration agreements and ways that your facility can ensure the enforceability of an electronic arbitration agreement...

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COVID-19 and Unprecedented: Litigation Insights, Issue 28
Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, October 2020

This 28th edition of Unprecedented, our weekly update on COVID-19-related litigation, includes a number of updates on the mounting number of business interruption coverage disputes -- including a claim against a broker whose alleged failure to obtain infectious disease coverage left the insured without coverage for COVID-19-induced losses. Other topics include continued litigation over government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, state-specific liability protection legislation, nursing home wrongful death claims, Paycheck Protection Program fraud, and securities litigation over allegedly false public statements on COVID-19 business impacts.  We hope you enjoy reading...

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