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Turning Point Litigation Co-sponsors CLE Event with NewBridge Bank at the Proximity Hotel in Greensboro

January 29, 2015

On January 29, 2015, Turning Point Litigation sponsored, along with NewBridge Bank, a free CLE at the Proximity Hotel in Greensboro.

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Cooper Harrell Appears Before the N.C. Supreme Court

January 12, 2015

On January 12, 2015, Cooper Harrell argued a case before the North Carolina Supreme Court. Among other issues, the case involves whether workers’ compensation benefits and payments under a UIM policy should be treated as collateral sources under North Carolina law. 

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Turning Point Litigation Attorneys Awarded Super Lawyers Designation in North Carolina

January 2, 2015

All four partners at Turning Point Litigation were recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers in its recent 2015 publication.  Alan Duncan and Allison Van Laningham were included on the North Carolina Super Lawyers list, while Cooper Harrell and Steve Russell were listed by North Carolina Super lawyers as Rising Stars.

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Turning Point Litigation Attorneys Awarded Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite Designation

January 1, 2015

Alan Duncan, Allison Van Laningham, and Steve Russell recently were recognized in the January 2015 issue of Business North Carolina magazine as three of North Carolina’s Legal Elite.  Alan and Allison were listed in the Litigation category, and Steve was listed in the Young Guns category.  Less than 3% of the thousands of attorneys practicing in North Carolina are selected for the Legal Elite designation.

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Alan Duncan Reelected to Guilford County Board of Education for Fifth Term

November 1, 2014

In November 2014, Alan Duncan was elected to his 5th term as a member of the Guilford County Board of Education.  He has served as Chair of the Board since 2002. Alan is passionate about public education and places great value on serving his community.  By continuing to serve on the Board of Education, Alan gives generously of his time, energy, and talents to help provide Guilford County’s children with the best possible public education.

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