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By Bradley Hunt, Attorney at Law
There have been several high profile claims of workplace sexual harassment in the news lately, most recently with a claim by a former engineer at Uber that her manager sexually harassed her. Claims of sexual harassment must be taken very seriously by employers, who can be held accountable if the behavior of a harasser is ignored. In the case of Uber, the CEO just hired a third-party to investigate the claims.
Some people rent because they cannot afford to purchase a home, while others do so for convenience – they may move frequently and like the flexibility of renting, or they may prefer having a landlord to handle all the maintenance and repairs on the property.
Whether you are a tenant (also called the renter or lessee) or the landlord (the owner or lessor), having a signed lease agreement provides protection for both parties. If you will be renting a property from another party, here are some common things to look for:
In the February 2017 edition of BWS Update: Nelson speaks on landlord-tenant rights, Carl Gray retires after 40+ years, and support for the DCCC Foundation’s health/sciences building fund.
Some of you may know Carl Gray. He was born and raised in Lexington, and practiced law in Davidson County and the surrounding area for more than 40 years before retiring in January 2017. Gray joined Brinkley Walser Stoner during the 2015 merger of Brinkley Walser, PLLC and Stoner, Bowers, Gray & McDonald, P.A.
Greensboro, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner attorney E. Drew Nelson will present a free seminar titled, “What Are Your Rights as a Landlord or Tenant?” in Greensboro this month. The first session will be held 2/15/17 at 10am at the Greensboro Senior Center; the second is at the Women’s Resource Center on 2/28 at 11am.
Retired attorney Carl Gray talked with The Dispatch about his 41 year legal career and plans for retirement. Read the article…