I have written a few times about published denials of petitions for rehearing en banc in the Fourth Circuit. See here and here. If you are interested in further fascinating discussion on this topic, Megan Coleman has an excellent post on the Maryland Appellate Blog about the recent published…Continue Reading Published En Banc Denials and Dissents
A month ago, I excitedly reported that the North Carolina Court of Appeals had granted…Continue Reading And Then There Were None–Court of Appeals’ First En Banc Case Vanishes
Less than a month ago, I excitedly reported about a courtroom reunion for appellate advocates and the Supreme Court justices.
With the recent surge in Delta variant Covid-19 infections…Continue Reading Back in the (COVID) House: Supreme Court Cancels Plans to Return to In-Person Oral Arguments
And Then There Was One: North Carolina Court of Appeals Grants En Banc Review for the First Time Ever.
Friday afternoon, my email and text message notification systems were singing. Why? For the first time since December 2016 when the Court of Appeals received en banc review authority…Continue Reading And Then There Was One: North Carolina Court of Appeals Grants En Banc Review for the First Time Ever.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals has recently addressed the availability of immunity doctrines to state Magistrates. In Wynn v. Frederick and Great American Insurance Company, the Court addressed…Continue Reading Officials, Immunities, and Statutes, Oh My!
After more than a year of remote oral arguments, the Supreme Court of North Carolina is ready for some face-to-face time. Barring a COVID-19 resurgence, both the Justices and advocates…Continue Reading Back in the House: North Carolina Supreme Court Returning to In-Person Oral Arguments
See more details on the Maryland Appellate Blog here:
–Patrick KaneContinue Reading Judge Keenan Moving to Senior Status, Biden to Nominate Virginia SG to Fourth Circuit
In its recent opinion in Warren County Department of Social Services ex rel. Glenn v. Garrelts, the North Carolina Court of Appeals addressed an unusual choice of law issue. In…Continue Reading Where’s Your Daddy?
As reported previously, Dan Horne is retiring as Clerk of the Court of Appeals at the end of the month. His successor will be Eugene “Gene” Soar, who has served…Continue Reading Welcome Gene: Court of Appeals Hires New Clerk of Court