Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure

In federal court, an order granting a preliminary injunction is immediately appealable under 28 U.S.C. § 1292.  In North Carolina courts, however, an order granting a preliminary injunction is
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Have you ever written an appellate brief and found yourself struggling to avoid repetition in the separate “statement of the case” and “statement of the facts”?  That is no longer
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