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Ed Gaskins is the Firm’s managing partner, senior trial lawyer, and senior business problem solver.  Ed’s practice includes business guidance and advice, as well as trials and appeals of complex civil litigation, property tax appeals, and representation of individuals and businesses before North Carolina’s professional licensing boards.

Welcome To Our Firm!

Whether resolving complex business disputes either inside or outside the courtroom, advocating for clients in the General Assembly, or nurturing intricate transactions from their inceptions to their closings, the attorneys at Everett Gaskins Hancock LLP are guided by core principles that have served them throughout their careers.  We are deeply committed to providing a consistently high level of service to our clients, our profession, and our community as a whole.  We invite you to contact us to discuss how we may be able to serve you. 

Practice Area Highlights

Appellate Advocacy

Appellate Advocacy

Everett Gaskins Hancock’s attorneys handle appeals of trial and administrative matters in both federal and state appellate courts, including matters originally handled by other attorneys and referred to the Firm for appeal.


Education Law

Education Law

With the recent addition of Ann McColl, the Firm is pleased to announce the of its Education Law practice.  Ms. McColl most recently served as general counsel for the North Carolina Association of Educators. She served previously as legislative director for the North Carolina State Board of Education and legal counsel for the North Carolina School Boards Association, the North Carolina Association of School Administrators, and the North Carolina School Superintendents Association.


Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

The Firm’s commercial real estate practice includes closings, leases, condominium and homeowner association documentation in a variety of contexts.


Property Tax Appeals

Property Tax Appeals

The Firm works with property owners across North Carolina whose property may have been overvalued or who have been refused an exemption to appeal to their county’s Board of Equalization and Review and to the North Carolina Property Tax Commission.


News

August272014

Education Attorney to Join EGH

EGH is pleased to welcome Ann McColl as counsel to the Firm.

August192014

EGH Welcomes Campbell Law Student Fiona Steer as Pro Bono Extern

Ms. Steer will work with firm attorneys on a variety of pro bono matters

July312014

EGH Partners with Campbell Law to Mentor Young Attorneys

Through Campbell Law’s Connections Mentor Program, experienced attorneys pass on their knowledge to shape the future of the North Carolina Bar.

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