Jennifer Morris Jones and Erin Taylor will speak at the Quarterly Meeting of the North Carolina Public Risk Management Association (NCPRIMA) on Friday, July 18. The meeting will be held at the Hawthorne Inn and Conference Center in Winston-Salem.
Brian Kromke, an attorney in the Wilmington office of Cranfill Sumner LLP, was recently elected to the Board of Directors for Kids’ Chance of North Carolina, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to the children of North Carolina workers who have been injured or killed in work-related accidents.
Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH Law) today unveiled a new logo that kicks off a rebranding campaign for the statewide law firm. The new logo, which features three red triangles, is designed to represent the firm’s history and future vision.
Jerri Simmons, an attorney based in the Charlotte office of Cranfill Sumner LLP, recently wrote an article titled “Navigating Attendant Care Issues” that is featured in the April 2014 edition of Course & Scope, the Workers’ Compensation Newsletter from the North Carolina Bar Association.
Attorneys from Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH Law) participated in the North Carolina Bar Association’s Annual 4ALL Statewide Service Day on March 7. This was the 7thAnnual 4ALL Statewide Service Day which is a program of the North Carolina Bar Association Foundation and the North Carolina Bar Association.
C. D. Taylor Pace, chair of the Workers’ Compensation practice at Cranfill Sumner LLP, speaks to physicians about Workers’ Compensation.
Elizabeth Lewis, a Workers’ Comp paralegal in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner LLP, has been selected to participate in an Item Writing Workshop through the Paralegal Certification Committee (PCC). The Workshop participants assist the PCC with the creation of new questions for the North Carolina Certified Paralegal Exam
Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH) recently named three new partners to the firm: Dan M. Hartzog, Jr. and Jennifer Morris Jones of Raleigh and Jason Toups of Wilmington.
Brian Kromke, an attorney based in the Wilmington office of Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH), organized the Inaugural Kids’ Chance of North Carolina In-Shore Charity Fishing Tournament. The event was held on Sept. 8 in Wrightsville Beach. It raised more than $2,000 to benefit Kids’ Chance of North Carolina, which received 100% of the sponsorship dollars raised.