also known as Clark Tew, Clark D. Tew
Are you an employee who has experienced recent difficulties with your job? I am here to help!Do you have an employment contract or non-compete that you need reviewed or negotiated? Call now!Have you been discriminated against, harassed, or retaliated against by your employer? Call me!I am happy to assist you with your employment and labor matters. Give me a call today!Have you experienced an injury at work? You don't need to go through it alone! Call today.
The legal concerns in our workplaces are always changing because jobs and employers are constantly evolving. With this evolution comes uncertainty and injustice, regardless of whether you’re a small businessperson, a proud blue collar worker, or a white collar professional. Clark D. Tew has spent his entire career fighting for his clients’ rights by employing a mix of common-sense solutions, unorthodox strategy, and if needed, aggressive litigation.
Clark was born in Raleigh, and raised in Holly Springs, North Carolina. Although not originally from Iredell County, Clark has been deeply involved with the community since moving here, including as Chairman of the Town of Mooresville Historic Preservation Committee, and a past Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mooresville Soup Kitchen. He is married to Meredith, a speech-language pathologist and lifelong Iredell County resident, and they have a son, Gus.
Clark has experience representing clients before the Division of Employment Security, the Office of Administrative Hearings, the North Carolina Industrial Commission, state and federal Court, and during investigations by the North Carolina Department of Labor, the United States Department of Labor, and the National Labor Relations Board, among others.
He is presently admitted to practice in the State of North Carolina, before the United States District Courts for the Western and Middle Districts of North Carolina, and before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Languages spoken: English, German
Hourly ($275-300/hour), contingent (25-45%), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (sometimes)
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Clark is a strong advocate for his clients and is very knowledgeable in the area of employment and labor law. In addition to providing good service to his clients, he is a community leader who works hard to better the community that he serves. I certainly endorse Clark Tew.
Richard Webb Divorce and separation Attorney
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Clark is an excellent attorney with a sharp legal mind. Clark works hard to achieve a good result for his clients by applying his wide-ranging knowledge of employment law. Clark also regularly serves a resource for his fellow attorneys facing similar issues in seeking to vindicate the rights of individuals all across North Carolina.
Kevin Murphy Employment and labor Attorney
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|BV "Distinguished" Peer Rating||Martindale-Hubbell||2014|
|Excellence for the Future Award - Federal Jurisdiction||Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)||2010|
|Inductee||Phi Beta Kappa Society, Alpha of North Carolina||2007|
|Attorney||Homesley & Wingo Law Group PLLC||2010 - Present|
|Litigation Clinic Intern||District Attorney's Office, District 17A (Rockingham County)||2010 - 2010|
|Summer Clerk||Hornthal, Riley, Ellis & Maland, LLP||2009 - 2009|
|Litigation Clinic Intern||Wells, Jenkins, Lucas & Jenkins||2009 - 2009|
|Summer Associate||Hemmings & Stevens PLLC||2008 - 2008|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|North Carolina Advocates for Justice||Member||2016 - Present|
|Working America||Member||2016 - Present|
|North Carolina Bar Association||Member||2010 - Present|
|District 22A Bar Association||Member||2010 - Present|
|Town of Mooresville Historic Preservation Commission||Chairman||2015 - 2017|
|Mooresville Soup Kitchen||Chairman||2014 - 2015|
|Town of Mooresville Capital Improvements Projects (CIP) Committee||Member||2013 - 2015|
|American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section||Member||2010 - 2012|
|Campbell v. City of Statesville (II)||Court of Appeals of North Carolina upheld site plan as approved by the City of Statesville|
|Campbell et al. v. City of Statesville, et al. (I)||Zoning decision allowing my client to build a proposed use was upheld by the Court of Appeals.|
|Marketing Ad Group, LLC v. Latitude 360 Global, Inc., et al||Court of Appeals ruled that North Carolina lacked jurisdiction over one of the appealling entities, but had jurisdiction over the other.|
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|Per Curiam - NCBA Appellate Practice Section Newsletter||The Appellate Rules Amendment of the Century? North Carolina Considers New Font Requirements||2016|
|Wake Forest University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2010|
|University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill||History, Germanic Languages||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2007|
|H3R Human Resources Services Presentation||Are You Ready for the FLSA Changes on December 1st? [Co-presenter]||2016|
|Iredell County District Bar/Legal Support Staff of Iredell County Fall Seminar||Employment Law for General Practice Attorneys||2015|
|Understanding the Healthcare Reform||Health Care Reform & The Courts||2011|