Gregory S. Connor, Attorney-at-Law

B.A. History, B.A. Political Science – Boston College,
magna cum laude
J.D. – Duke University School of Law
2004-2010 – General Counsel, Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce
1995 – Admitted to North Carolina State Bar
U.S. District Court, Middle and Eastern District of NC
United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Raleigh Business Law and Asset Protection Blog

 ”Three can keep a secret, if two of them are dead.” – Thomas Jefferson ACTION ITEM FOR EMPLOYERS:  All provisions of trade secret and confidentiality covenants contained in employee agreements must be revised to provide a notice concerning the whistle-blower provision of the Defend Trade Secret Act, if the employer wants to enjoy the benefits...
QUICK LAW CHECK-UP: Does your North Carolina company have workers’ compensation insurance or is it exempt? 1. Three (3) or more employees triggers requirement for workers compensation insurance – corporate officers are included. 2. Part-time employees are counted as full employees for purposes of the WCA threshold; 3. Independent contractors can be counted as employees...