GREENSBORO, N.C.—Non-US citizens now are facing a new wave of uncertainty, as the Trump Administration and various federal agencies are ramping up efforts to deport undocumented immigrants. The North Carolina Justice Center wants to help immigrants complete Powers of Attorney documents to give them some reassurance that their affairs will be managed if they are deported. But to do so, the Center needs assistance from volunteer attorneys.
So Womble Bond Dickinson’s Greg Chabon, Jamie Stone, and Jill White stepped up to help.
On Saturday, April 1, the four Greensboro attorneys volunteered at the N.C. Justice Center’s Pro Bono Clinic. Chabon, Stone, and White worked with immigrant clients to create plans so that their families, finances and legal rights will be protected in their absence. Then, they helped the clients complete the various Powers of Attorney forms, with the help of Spanish-language interpreters.
Greg Chabon provides counsel and advice to predominately privately-held businesses on a variety of transactional, corporate and commercial matters in supply chain management, healthcare transactions (working with the Womble Bond Dickinson’s Healthcare Practice Group), and mergers/acquisitions. With his business and engineering background, his practice is focused on providing creative and efficient real-world solutions to clients’ business issues and opportunities
Jamie Stone counsels clients in general business matters, including corporate and commercial transactions and corporate finance. Her specific experience includes mergers and acquisitions, corporate formation, reorganization and governance, commercial contracts, healthcare transactions and representing lenders in project finance and credit facilities.
Jill White is an experienced labor and employment litigator who represents employers in a wide range of labor and employment issues, including: Wage and hour claims (Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws); Leave of absence issues, including Family Medical Leave Act, military leave and paid time off concern; Anti-discrimination disputes, including those involving Americans with Disabilities Act claims, as well as claims involving alleged discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion or age; Trade secrets and employee non-compete cases; and Whistle-blower retaliation claims.