NC Legislative Recap &...

North Carolina lawmakers meet in alternating long and short sessions depending on the year. In even-numbered years, the sessions are short. In odd- numbered years, they are long. The 2015 session was truly long, lasting nearly nine months as lawmakers […]

Trademarks and Business Br...

If a familiar product’s marketing campaign, logo, or sign caught your eye, chances are the product was trademarked. Rotarian David Harlow, a patent attorney at Manning Fulton whose experience includes more than 600 patent applications in the United States and […]

Growing NC’s AgBio I...

Agriculture is a multi-billion dollar industry in North Carolina. Norris Tolson believes that agricultural biotechnology work being done now could make the state a global leader in food and food research in the future. Norris, former chief executive of the […]

A Nonprofit that Teaches t...

The Mayan people of Guatemala call it “La Violencia,” or the “Time of Violence.” From the 1960s through the mid-1990s, civil war saw the indigenous Mayans suffer atrocities later documented as human rights violations. While there is peace now, the troubled history remains fresh. So when Teachers2Teachers […]