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Readers of our blog may be interested in a few nuggets concerning interlocutory appeals that appeared in the slate of opinions that the North Carolina Court of Appeals published on
Continue Reading Interlocutory Appeals: Unique Considerations in Criminal Cases Involving the Suppression of Evidence and in Cases Involving Sovereign Immunity

Any litigator can tell you that a North Carolina court examining a motion for summary judgment determines whether a genuine issue of material of fact exists by looking at any
Continue Reading In Summary Judgment Matters, Letters between Counsel are No Substitute for Affidavits or Other Proper Record Evidence