We are happy to share with you that David Noland and Catherine Laney have have joined the firm’s education law team, and Melanie Pfeifer has joined the family law section....
Patricia Robinson has joined the firm’s Education Law Section as an associate.
We are pleased to announce that Maura O’Keefe has become associated with the firm. She has joined the firm’s education law section.
One of the most significant (and accelerating) technology trends in public education is the use of cloud-based products and services ...
As of January 1, 2015, school systems statewide are required to comply with the “Employer Mandate” provisions of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”).
Five Tharrington Smith attorneys participated in the North Carolina School Boards Association April Law Conference
TS will sponsor a reception for North Carolina school board members in Nashville at the 2015 NSBA conference.
Tharrington Smith Education Attorneys Successfully Defend School Board Against Suit Seeking Confidential Records
North Carolina Superior Court Judge Lucy Inman has issued an order in favor of Tharrington Smith client, the Alamance-Burlington Board of Education, dismissing a lawsuit filed against it by the Times News Publishing Company.
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed a lower court decision granting summary judgment to the Brunswick County Board of Education