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Embracing Others Can Help Boost Your Holiday Spirit

By Rachel Royal Holidays were never a big deal for my family when I was growing up. We never put up a Christmas tree, never had extended family over for dinner, never put up Christmas lights. However, November and December have always been one of my favorite times of year, as there is something magical […]

Happy Thanksgiving 2019 | A Note From the Chair

By Tina Dadio It’s that time of year again when we  sit around the table with friends and family giving thanks for the time we share, the food  to be eaten, and the memories we cherish. I want to share a tradition in my household which I started when my husband and I bought our […]

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Thankful

By Stephanie Elliott What I am thankful for? It’s easy to look around me and see a wonderful life. I have a safe and secure home, with a husband and son that love me. I am rich with friends who support, love and encourage me. I have a great job with a firm that appreciates […]

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A Recipe for a Tasty Thanksgiving

By Leslie Pegram Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family, friends and friends that are more like family.  It’s a time to cook like a Food Network star, your favorite celebrity, blogger or Instagram star (or to just let someone else do all the cooking for you).  It’s a time to get up early […]

Did You Know? Microsoft Stops Supporting Windows 7 in 2020 

By Keenan Harward On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7.  Microsoft only supports each version of Windows for so long. Windows 7 is currently in “extended support” until January 14, 2020. What does this mean for you? When Microsoft stops supporting a version of Windows, Microsoft stops issuing security updates for […]

Supreme Court Adopts Generous, Secured-Leave Policy To Assist Sleep-Deprived, New Parents

By Beth Scherer On Thursday, the Supreme Court of North Carolina issued its latest amendments to the North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure. The amendments impact word-count limitation applicable to appellate briefs and parental leave. Rule 3.1 Supreme Court Briefs are Subject to Rule 28(j)’s Word Count Limitation Historically, word-count limitations have not applied to […]