Steven C. Hemric
Associate
Winston-Salem, NC
office 336.631.1063
  • Overview
  • Services
  • Distinctions
  • Admissions
  • Memberships
  • Publications & Presentations
  • Community Involvement
  • Resources

Mr. Hemric's primary area of practice is litigation with a focus on construction law and commercial litigation.

Education

  • Wake Forest University, B.S., Mathematics, magna cum laude, 2014
  • Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., 2017

Experience

  • Assisting clients in general commercial disputes at all stages, including litigation, alternative dispute resolution and post-judgement practice
  • Advising construction industry clients in negotiations of commercial and residential construction contracts
  • Advising construction industry clients on resolution of jobsite disputes on public and private construction projects
  • Representing construction industry clients in a variety of disputes, including scheduling and delay claims, defect claims and payment claims
  • Advising insurance carriers on coverage and financial responsibility obligations in a variety of coverage situations and industries
  • Law Clerk, Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, 2016, 2017
Construction Law Litigation

Distinctions

  • CALI AWARD - Taxation: Policy, Spring 2017
  • CALI AWARD - Trade Secrets and Unfair Competition, Spring 2016
  • George K. Walker First Year Moot Court Competition, Sweet 16
  • Team Member, Billings, Exum & Gyre National Moot Court Competition

Admissions

  • North Carolina State Bar
  • South Carolina State Bar

Memberships

  • Defense Research Institute (DRI), Construction Committee, Scheduling and Delay Claims Subcommittee
  • North Carolina Bar Association Construction Law Section, Minority Contractors Liaison Committee, Co-Chair
  • North Carolina Bar Association Legal Feeding Frenzy Committee
  • Forsyth County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
     

Publications & Presentations

  • Author, "One Step Forward and Two Steps Back: North Carolina Restrictive Covenants in the Wake of Beverage Systems I and II," Wake Forest University Journal of Law and Policy, Volume 8, No. 1., January 2018
  • Journal of Law and Policy, 2015 - 2017

Community Involvement

  • City of Winston-Salem M/WBE Citizen Advisory Committee
Changes on the Public Construction Horizon: A North Carolina Legislative Update Could Your Business Could be Taking Better Advantage of M/WBE Development Programs? Yes. The Site Report - Construction Law Insights: Issue 1, 2018 Infrastructure Construction Opportunities on the Horizon! North Carolina's 2018-2027 State Transport NC Court of Appeals Clarifies When a Nonsignatory Can Compel Arbitration The Site Report - Construction Law Insights: Issue 1, 2017 Off the Reservation (of Rights): South Carolina Speaks on CGL Insurer Notification Requirements Spilman Adds Two Lawyers to NC Office