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Author: Jim White

Parry & Tyndall is included in the 2015 rankings of the “Best Law Firms,” as published by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Firms included in the list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. To be...

On June 16, 2014, Alan Parry is scheduled to speak at the 2014 Convention of the NC Advocates for Justice in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Alan will participate on a panel of speakers that will address the topic: “Class Actions: Making Mountains of Molehills.” Other...

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N.C. Policy Watch by Sharon McCloskey Update: A Wake County Superior Court  judge has  granted a preliminary injunction that  requires the North Carolina Division of Employment Security (DES)  to continue making hearing notices about contested unemployment claims available as it has done for the past decade. With little fanfare in a...