Robinson & Lawing, LLP is proud to announce that Eleasa Allen has been elected to serve as Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) for 2019-20. For the past three years, Eleasa has served as an officer of the Workers’ Compensation Section, and prior to that, she served three years as a Section Council Member.
Robinson & Lawing, LLP is proud to announce that Kelley Gondring has been elected to serve as the President of the Forsyth County Bar Association and the 21st Judicial District Bar for 2019-20. Prior to this, Kelley served as an officer of the Forsyth Bar Association for three years, as well as an officer of the 21st Judicial District Bar for two years. At Robinson & Lawing, LLP, Kelley practices family law and criminal law and is a certified Parent Coordinator.
The February 18, 2019 edition of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly ranked the $12.3 million dollar class action settlement in Fasano v. Town of Kernersville and the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County City/County Utilities Commission, 16 CVS 2801 (Forsyth County), as the 4th largest reported settlement or verdict in North Carolina in 2018. H. Brent Helms and Scott Templeton of Robinson & Lawing, LLP, along with co-counsel from a Greensboro firm, represented the class in obtaining the $12.3 million dollar settlement, which stemmed from overcharges for sewer services. As a result of the settlement, approximately 10,500 class members are slated to receive a complete refund of the overcharged amounts for sewer services along with approximately 9% interest. As of February 21, 2019, over 75% of class members have received their refunds. For more details about the settlement see the complete press release here. For additional information contact H. Brent Helms or Scott Templeton at 336-631-8500.
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