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2013 Legal Elite

Lessons learned — Top Tar Heel lawyers reminisce about how their time as undergraduates turned them into overachievers.

2013-01

Legal Elite - Criminal 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Criminal - PETER C. ANDERSON, Beveridge & Diamond PC, Charlotte

2013-01

Legal Elite - Employment 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Employment - W. RANDALL LOFTIS JR., Constangy, Brooks & Smith LLP, Winston-Salem

2013-01

Legal Elite - Environmental 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Environmental - GRADY L. SHIELDS, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP, Raleigh

2013-01

Legal Elite - Family 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Family - STAN BROWN, Hamilton Stephens Steele & Martin PLLC, Charlotte

2013-01

Legal Elite - Intellectual Property 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Intellectual Property - ANTHONY BILLER, Coats & Bennett PLLC, Cary

2013-01

Legal Elite - Litigation 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Litigation - LEE M. WHITMAN, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP, Raleigh

2013-01

Legal Elite - Real Estate 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Real Estate - ROBERT CHARLES LAWSON, Williams Mullen, Raleigh

2013-01

Legal Elite - Tax/Estate Planning 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Tax / Estate Planning - ANDREW H. VEACH, Edwards Craver Veach PLLC, Winston-Salem

2013-01

Legal Elite - Young Guns 2013

2013 Legal Elite winner: Young Guns (Best Under 40) - GEORGE MASON OLIVER, Oliver Friesen Cheek PLLC, New Bern

2013-01

Debt and taxes

Capital Goods: North Carolina has borrowed $2.7 billion from the federal government for unemployment benefits. Now, the money has to be repaid.

2012_04

Business's man

Cover story: House Speaker Thom Tillis is North Carolina's most focused free-market legislative leader in a long time — maybe ever.

2012_04

Regional Report Charlotte December 2012

Leading up to the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, the host committee kept saying fundraising was “right on track.” But somewhere along the line it ran off the rails.

2012-12

McCrory lifts the Charlotte curse

Capital Goods: Republican Pat McCrory breaks the so-called Charlotte curse by winning the governor's race.

2012-12

Another way to win tax reform

Free & Clear: The expected tax-reform battle might not end up being much of a battle at all.

2012-12

Catching grief in troubled waters

Capital Goods: The fishing industry in North Carolina faces a lot of uncertainty these days, and it does so without a dedicated champion in the legislature.

2012-11

Time to pay down the uncertainty principal

Free & Clear: Some have dismissed concerns about policy uncertainty as partisans attacking Obama. It’s more than a talking point, and it didn’t start with this president. 

2012-11

A world of knowledge

Cover story: RTI International thinks it can continue to flourish by using minds over matters.

2012-11

New swing state is getting ads nauseam

Capital Goods: The onslaught of political advertising is good for television stations selling airtime but bad for anybody who has any regard for the truth.

2012-10

The real score on the state’s schools

Free & Clear: If North Carolina were a country, we’d rank sixth among 24 industrialized countries in K-12 spending per student and first in higher-education spending.

2012-10