NEWS & INSIGHTS

Partner Dayle Flammia Announces His Retirement

Effective December 31, 2019, after almost 40 years, Partner Dayle A. Flammia began a well-deserved retirement. Dayle will remain in an advisory role as “Of Counsel” for the firm. Dayle began his career as a law clerk at the North Carolina Industrial Commission, but joined Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP in 1982 and was…

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Update from the NC Industrial Commission

The North Carolina Industrial Commission recently published its 2019 Annual Report. In addition to the statistical overview of fiscal year 2018-2019, (61,776 workers’ compensation claims filed for the fiscal year), the IC also reported that the long-awaited modern case management system is projected to go live by June 2020. The IC realized cost savings by…

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Best Practices for Prevention and Management of Litigation against Educators

Across the nation, we are seeing a steady increase in litigation involving school teachers and administrators. These cases can range from personal injury suits for minor injuries sustained on school property, to very serious allegations of misconduct between teachers and students. Though preventing school-related lawsuits altogether may not be practical, there are several things that…

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Teague Campbell included in the 2020 Best Law Firms List Released by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®

Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP is proud to announce that the firm has once again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® in their 2020 “Best Law Firms” rankings. U.S. News reports that, “firms included in the 2020 Edition of “Best Law Firms” are recognized for professional excellence with consistently impressive ratings…

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New Opinion in Personal Vs. Business Travel

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently issued an unpublished decision in the case of Bache v. TIC-Gulf Coast. The opinion highlights issues relevant to personal travel versus business travel. Plaintiff was hired as a heavy equipment operator by Defendant, an industrial construction company. He relocated from Florida to Wayne County, North Carolina for the…

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