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Beverly A. Carroll Attorney at Law
Beverly A. Carroll Attorney at Law

Bev Carroll has handled a wide array of matters for a variety of clients, ranging from transportation companies and manufacturing operations to medical practices and commercial enterprises, large and small. Her work includes appearances in all types of courts on behalf of clients and providing clients day to day advice in their business operations.

Bev is a certified specialist in the area of employment and labor law and has dealt with a variety of issues ranging from non-competition and trade secrets lawsuits and occupational safety citations to complex business litigation and employment discrimination suits. She helps her business clients negotiate the issues related to compliance, licensing, contracting, and negotiating. Bev is also a certified mediator who aids parties in resolving disputes. She is also Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated.

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Bev Carroll has handled a wide array of matters for a variety of clients, ranging from transportation companies and manufacturing operations to medical practices and commercial enterprises, large and small. Her work includes appearances in all types of courts on behalf of clients and providing clients day to day advice in their business operations.

Bev is a certified specialist in the area of employment and labor law and has dealt with a variety of issues ranging from non-competition and trade secrets lawsuits and occupational safety citations to complex business litigation and employment discrimination suits. She helps her business clients negotiate the issues related to compliance, licensing, contracting, and negotiating. Bev is also a certified mediator who aids parties in resolving disputes. She is also Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated.

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Areas of Practice

Business Advice & Counseling

Whether the issue is merging with another business or dealing with a state citation regarding workers compensation or safety deficiencies at work sites, Bev Carroll can provide you the assistance you need at these crucial times.

Employment Guidance

One of the most challenging aspects of running a business is dealing with the number of employment issues ranging from wage issues and claims of wrongful termination to dealing with health related issues and employee benefits. Bev Carroll has seen a wide variety of claims and is ready to work through problems with you.

Civil Litigation

Lawsuits can vary – claims by vendors or customers in state court, suits filed by former employees in federal court, or agencies seeking fines and penalties. Bev Carroll has handled a wide variety of litigation in North and South Carolina and can provide the representation you need.

Whatever you need, we want to make your business our business.

Areas of Practice

Business Advice & Counseling

Whether the issue is merging with another business or dealing with a state citation regarding workers compensation or safety deficiencies at work sites, Bev Carroll can provide you the assistance you need at these crucial times.

Employment Guidance for Employers

One of the most challenging aspects of running a business is dealing with the number of employment issues ranging from wage issues and claims of wrongful termination to dealing with health related issues and employee benefits. Bev Carroll has seen a wide variety of claims and is ready to work through problems with you.

Civil Litigation

Lawsuits can vary – claims by vendors or customers in state court, suits filed by former employees in federal court, or agencies seeking fines and penalties. Bev Carroll has handled a wide variety of litigation in North and South Carolina and can provide the representation you need.

Whatever you need, we want to make your business our business.

Know the Law

The United States Department of Labor provides guidance to determine if the person engaged to perform services in your business can be regarded as an independent contractor or must be an employee.  To determine the correct classification, the DOL say that an examination must be based on the “economic realities” test, which focuses on “whether

At a seminar for small employers, sponsored by the York Regional Chamber of Commerce,  I outlined “Ten Musts for Every Business.” I thought it might be helpful for my readers to review those here. These are really pretty simple rules, but can go a long way to keep you and your business out of trouble.  Incorporate

In an opinion announced on March 1, 2017, the South Carolina Court of Appeals concluded that although confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements “do not necessarily require reasonable time restrictions,” such agreements would so require if they have “the same effect as a non-compete provision . . . .” Fay v. Total Quality Logistics, LLC, Opinion No.

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