North Carolina Industrial Commission Targets 16 Employers For Contempt


Raleigh, NC ( - In the interest of better serving the employees and employers of North Carolina and enforcing the provisions of the North Carolina Workers' Compensation Act, the North Carolina Industrial Commission began in late 2009 to review its contempt procedures in consultation with state judicial officials.

Throughout 2010, contacts were made and meetings held with various judicial and law enforcement officials to seek assistance in developing and refining lawful contempt procedures. Necessary forms and procedures were drafted and revised multiple times with consulting officials. In 2011, these meetings continued to refine the procedures and receive training. Additional contacts were made with law enforcement and local prosecutors.

As a result of this investment of time and effort and the generous assistance of judicial and law enforcement officials, the Industrial Commission has published a May 2012 contempt hearing docket and is in the process of scheduling regular contempt hearing dockets for the future.

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