Holidays, snowstorms, vacations, workloads—mixed in with the winter blahs—have resulted in us getting a little behind on our blogging duties. The appellate courts, however, have not suffered from the same
Continue Reading Ketchup, Catsup, Catch-Up: A Hodgepodge Of Important Appellate Decisions We Were Behind In Sharing

In March, we blogged about a chart  summarizing post-Dogwood opinions involving appellate rules violations.  Drew and Carrie may be adding another entry to their chart.  In an opinion authored
Continue Reading Citation to Legal Authority: What is Required to Comply with Appellate Rule 28(a)?

The North Carolina Court of Appeals decision in Hammond v. Saini arises from a horrific set of facts.  Plaintiff underwent a surgical procedure to remove a potentially cancerous growth from
Continue Reading Medical Review and Attorney Privilege Issues are Immediately Reviewable, But Other Discovery Issues Are Generally Not