The Petition Tracker has been updated with the Supreme Court’s most recent allowed petitions for discretionary review. Although there were some special orders, the Court only allowed two petitions outright. One arose from the Industrial Commission, and the other involves the Raleigh Housing Authority.

The Petition Tracker has also been updated to include the Court’s merits decisions on petitions that were granted. Of the petitions granted since January 2019, 6 were affirmed, 7 were reversed, and 1 was affirmed in part and reversed in part. Another interesting data point:  of those 14 cases, 7 had separate dissenting opinions.

–Kip Nelson