He will serve a three-year term, joining approximately 15 other council members in supporting the section’s mission.
The Section strives to promote the engagement of government and public sector lawyers in all matters related to the NCBA and works towards developing initiatives that will be beneficial to these attorneys. As such, the Section serves as an invaluable platform for advocating on behalf of the professional needs of government and public sector lawyers in forums such as the N.C. State Bar, the General Assembly, and other entities.
Grant is a highly esteemed labor and employment attorney with three decades of experience in the field. He provides tailored counsel to clients in numerous industries, including but not limited to health care, financial services, hospitality, construction, business services, employee staffing, local governments, and non-profit organizations.
Grant’s substantial experience encompasses almost every aspect and nuance of employment and labor law, enabling him to advise and represent private and public employers of all kinds in litigation in state and federal courts and otherwise. His impressive portfolio includes extensive litigation experience in civil cases concerning discrimination, wrongful discharge, unlawful retaliation, contractual disputes, personnel policies and practices, and wage and hour issues. In addition, he has successfully advised and represented employers in collective bargaining and with respect to their related rights and obligations under federal and state law.