The winds that blow along North Carolina’s coast have enticed entrepreneurs at least as far back as the Wright brothers, who picked Kill Devil Hills, in part for its favorable gusts, as the proving ground for their unusual flying contraption. ...Read More »
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When the housing market crashed, architects who were hurting for work and sore from losing jobs to other firms began filing more copyright infringement suits accusing competitors of stealing building designs. “In the downturn there were architects who were cut ...Read More »
Ambiguous statements made by juveniles regarding their right to have a parent present during questioning triggers a requirement for interrogators to clarify the juvenile’s meaning before continuing, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled July 21. The appeals court decided ...
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Attorney: A. Stanley Mitchell Location: Winston-Salem Bar membership: Member since 1988 Disciplinary action: Disbarred on July 17 Background: Mitchell surrendered his law license June 24 in response to an investigation by the State Bar regarding allegations that Mitchell had sexual ...Read More »
Laid out as a chart, the numbers look a bit like an electrocardiogram—perhaps fittingly, since they show the number of medical malpractice cases filed each month in North Carolina. They show a massive spike, not unlike a heartbeat, in September ...Read More »