We have blogged several times on the fact that North Carolina is one of only two states that does not allow a federal court to certify questions to its state
Continue Reading Fourth Circuit Pleads With North Carolina to Create Federal Certification Mechanism

In June, we blogged on how a United States Supreme Court decision interpreting a North Carolina statute of repose had created some strange bedfellows in the General Assembly–which had almost
Continue Reading Uncertifiable and Unrecoverable: Marines’ Claims Dismissed by 11th Circuit–Despite General Assembly’s Efforts to Save Them

It was a pleasant surprise this morning to discover that the Maryland State Bar Association’s Maryland Appellate Blog was discussing a point of North Carolina appellate practice and procedure.

The
Continue Reading Uncertifiable: Battle Over North Carolina’s Statute of Repose in CERCLA Cases Makes for Strange Bedfellows