Unpublished Cases

North Carolina General Statutes § 1-277(a) says that “an appeal may be taken from every judicial order or determination of a judge of a superior or district court…[that] grants or

Continue Reading What’s in a Name? Not the Statutory Right to an Immediate Appeal

A few weeks ago, one of my colleagues blogged on the topic of unpublished opinions in the North Carolina Court of Appeals.  The Maryland Appellate Blog released an interesting post
Continue Reading “Soft Precedent”: Unpublished Opinions in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals