A Responsive and Experienced Firm that Looks Out for your Needs
At Connors Morgan, PLLC, relationships with our clients are the foundation of our firm’s continued success. Whether you need skilled legal counsel for your business, legal representation concerning your career or advice and guidance regarding your estate, we want to be your law firm.
Our Greensboro lawyers strive to offer comprehensive legal counsel and zealous advocacy in an efficient and cost-effective manner. We want to be your ally for the long-term — setting you, your family or your business on the best path forward to success in the years to come.
A Trusted Resource for North Carolina Businesses
We routinely work with clients looking for sophisticated legal counsel for their business. We take on the issues that matter to the success of your business, including:
- Mergers, acquisitions and closings
- Financing and loans
- Creditors’ rights and collections
- Business-to-business dispute resolution and litigation
- Partnerships, LLC and closely-held business disputes
- Employment law disputes
- Legal issues faced by health care providers and organizations
Trust in our firm to quickly and effectively resolve your business law issues, bringing the legal knowledge and experience you expect from a big firm, with the personal attention and value you can only get from a boutique firm.
Here for You, Your Family and Your Future
There are several legal matters for which we routinely represent individuals in North Carolina. Some of the common cases we handle include situations similar to the following:
- Health care professionals facing discipline before a licensing board
- Families in need of estate planning and administration
- Employees battling wrongful termination and discrimination in the workplace
Whether your needs include proactive planning, careful administration or advocacy in litigation, we are ready to serve you and your family.
MANAGING VENDORS WITH ACCESS TO PHI
What do I need to do to manage Vendors who have access to our PHI?
In 2017 a $31,000 settlement was paid by a covered entity due to a vendor, a record storage company, when OCR discovered that the parties did not have a Business Associate Agreement in place.
Frequently Asked Questions
My company is expanding and we are buying a building to move into. Since I am already incorporated, should I just have my existing corporation own the building?
You should certainly have the real property titled in a company to avoid any personal liability issues. It is a good idea to have the real property owned by a separate company from your existing company. Setting up a new…