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Daniel Hayes Makes Full Transition to Medicare Settlement Solutions

Teague Campbell

Teague Campbell is pleased to announce that partner, Daniel Hayes, has transitioned his practice completely to Medicare Settlement Solutions. Daniel works out of Teague Campbell’s Asheville office and has been representing employers, insurance carriers, and third-party administrators in both workers’ compensation and Medicare settlement matters. Daniel takes a responsive and personal approach towards serving his…

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Update from the North Carolina Industrial Commission

Bruce Hamilton

Industrial Commission Policy Update on In-Person Hearings, Mediations, and Other Procedural Directives. The North Carolina Industrial Commission has adopted an Emergency Rule that in turn allows the Industrial Commission to implement Emergency Orders and Directives of the Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. In short, the Industrial Commission wants its operating structure to…

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Regulation Best Interest and Customer Dispute Arbitrations: Uncertainty Ahead

Daniel Strong

As the industry moves past the “good faith effort” and “reasonable progress” standards of the first six months of Regulation Best Interest (Reg BI), the SEC’s standard of conduct for broker-dealers and associated persons when making a recommendation to a retail customer of any securities action or investment strategy involving securities, broker-dealers and associated persons…

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Teague Campbell Promotes Two Attorneys to Partner

Teague Campbell

Teague Campbell is pleased to announce that attorneys Matt Flammia and Elizabeth Ligon have been promoted to partner. They are both based in the firm’s Raleigh office and practice in the area of workers’ compensation, representing employers, insurance carriers and third-party administrators. Matt has a unique ability to calmly evaluate client needs and develop aggressive…

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