No smoking: Local condo tower fought to clear the air

Though we have practiced law together our entire legal careers, my husband and I have rarely had the opportunity to work together on a legal issue that we have both felt so passionately about. Having lived at the Hampshire, a 14-story condominium at 1101 North Elm St. in Greensboro, for 16 years, we became personally aware of the issue of secondhand smoke in multi-unit buildings that can easily travel through ducts, common areas and the infrastructure to nonsmokers’ units.   Read the article………….


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