North Carolina Easing COVID-19 Restrictions

March 1, 2021

  North Carolina Easing COVID-19 Restrictions Starting on Friday, February 26, at 5 PM, North Carolina will ease many restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. North Carolina’s Governor, Roy Cooper, announced his plans for Executive Order No. 195 on Wednesday to get rid of the statewide stay-at-home order, among other things. The decision for Executive…

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August 14, 2017

NC Governor Roy Cooper Signs Drone Bills Into Law North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has kickstarted August 2017 by signing two bills into law tackling a controversial, yet exciting topic: drones. House Bill 128 prohibits the use of drones near prisons, defining “near” as a horizontal distance of 500 feet and a vertical distance of…

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AZ-Style Immigration for North Carolina

May 15, 2013

After the Supreme Court approved the controversial provision of an Arizona immigration law last year, four House Republicans of the General Assembly of North Carolina, led by Rep. Harry Warren of Salisbury, filed the RECLAIM N.C. Act, short for “Reasonable Enactment of Comprehensive Legislation Addressing Immigration Matters in North Carolina”, with comprehensive immigration enforcement measures.…

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3rd Annual AmCham Business Day

November 11, 2011

As previously reported on our blog, on November 1, 2011 the 3rd Annual AmCham Business Day was held in Atlanta, GA. The BridgehouseLaw Charlotte team – Managing Partner Reinhard von Hennigs, Attorney Nicole M. Dickey and Attorney Judith S. Haensel – joined the amazing event which addressed Global Changes – Transatlantic Challenges: how political uprisings…

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