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.
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