Yesterday the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued what I am going to be so bold as to call the most highly anticipated opinion in 2015 for appellate practitioners. For those new to the Ehrenhaus discussion, take a look at our prior posts here and here and here. The central question is whether the provision in Appellate Rule 3 requiring that a notice of appeal be filed “with the clerk of superior court” can, in a North Carolina Business Court case, be satisfied by e-filing the notice of appeal through the Business Court website, or can only be satisfied by timely filing of the notice of appeal with the clerk of superior court in the case’s “home county.”… Continue Reading