Mark N. Kerkhoff, Associate Attorney at Fosbinder & Van Kampen, PLLC, recently launched the Employment Law Blog, which explores and analyzes various employment-specific legal concepts and issues. Particularly, Mark limits his practice to claims involving Age Discrimination, Race Discrimination, Sex Discrimination, National Origin Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Employment Contracts, Wage & Hour Laws, Family Medical Leave, Retaliation, and Wrongful Discharge.
Many of you may recognize the name, Mark Kerkhoff. Rightly so. Mark is a highly acclaimed alumnus of Charlotte School of Law. Recruited to serve as a charter member of the inaugural law school class, Mark obtained his J.D., magna cum laude, in May of 2009, and successfully obtained his North Carolina license to practice law this summer. The Employment Law Blog is filled with interesting facts and noted accomplishments about Mark, and also contains insightful collections of commentary and analysis that successfully intertwine Mark’s knowledge, expertise and background.
Mark fully emulates the Charlotte School of Law mission, culture and energy. Not only does Mark relate to the challenges facing each and every employee-client, but Mark strives to provide sophisticated employment law representation to employees across the broad spectrum of North Carolina’s rural and urban workplace environments no matter if by profession you are a factory and sanitation worker, professional athletes, doctor, or business executive. Make sure to go read the first of many posts, “Congress Aims to Fix “Gross” Age Discrimination.”
-Liz McCurry (Content from About Mark N. Kerkhoff, Esq.)