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Smith Moore Attorneys Launch Labor and Employment Blog

Smith Moore Attorneys Launch Labor and Employment Blog


January 14, 2008

Website provides general information on workplace law issues

GREENSBORO, NC – Smith Moore LLP has developed a new website aimed at educating employers on issues related to general workplace and employment law. Smith Moore labor and employment attorneys Denise Cline and Alex Maultsby author the site, HRBriefcase.blogspot.com.

The blog allows Cline and Maultsby a chance to offer their thoughts on topics that range from the latest trends in employment law to old policies that may need dusting off and revising. "In truth, blogging is a break-out activity for us," says Cline, a partner in the firm's Raleigh office. "As management-side attorneys, we tend to be very careful and precise in the work we perform for our clients. With a blog, we can be more free-flowing and offer some free nuggets of information for our readers' own HR briefcases."

According to Maultsby, a partner in Smith Moore's Greensboro office, the blog is not intended to serve as a forum for specific legal advice, or as a substitute for an attorney-client relationship. However, it does provide free insight into topics and issues that affect employers. "We will not pretend to replace employers' current legal counsel, and we can't tell employers everything they need to know about certain subjects or keep them from making legal mistakes," says Maultsby. "However, we hope to provide a short read of interest that's worth bookmarking and checking in the mornings."

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP
336-275-7000
dturlington@bouvierkelly.com

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