Winston-Salem real estate developer T. Michael Kelley had his moment in the Court of Appeals' spotlight last week. It was his second such moment this month. The Court of Appeals reversed a trial court's dismissal of his quiet-title action and remanded the case for entry of summary judgment in Kelley's favor in June 20's Kelley v. Citi Fin. Servs., Inc. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-07-0668, 15 pp.).Read More »
NCBA distance learning coordinator Carroll Herndon poses with some of the new equipment in the new studio at the Bar Center. Photo by Russell Rawlings NCBA distance learning coordinator Carroll Herndon poses with some of the new equipment in the new studio at the Bar Center. Photo by Russell Rawlings Don't be surprised if you walk by a closed door with an "on air" sign lit up the next time you visit the Bar Center in Cary. The North Carolina Bar Association is putting the finishing touches on an in-house recording studio for its CLE programming. The studio will allow the NCBA to increase its online offerings, according to CLE director Ray Ruppert. The NCBA currently offers about 300 video replays per year, but Ruppert said the organization must up that number.
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By PAUL THARP, Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The Court of Appeals has declined to review Industrial Commission orders under the recently adopted expedited medical motions procedure until all contested issues in a case are resolved – even if the commission includes a ...
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Real estate brokerages and lending institutions operating in North Carolina have learned where the money is in the real estate closing business: title insurance, according to some attorneys in the state. That realization - and the "controlled business arrangement" model that has sprung up as a result of it - has driven some longtime real estate lawyers out of the practice.Read More »
From the time Renee Williamson was a little girl she knew she wanted to be a lawyer. "When she was 10 years old she had her mind made up," said her aunt, Toni Skvaril. "That's what she wanted to be. She said ‘I wanna be a lawyer.'"Read More »
By DIANA SMITH, Staff Writer email@example.com When it comes to marketing, perception is 99 percent of the sale. That’s the philosophy that Indievision CEO Bert Hesse adopted when his Charlotte-based company was hired to design a website dedicated solely to ...
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By PAUL THARP, Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org At least two plaintiffs’ attorneys in North Carolina are willing to take adverse discovery orders regarding medical records to the appellate courts. They happen to work in the same firm. So far they are 0-2 ...Read More »
By PAUL THARP, Staff Writer email@example.com In a decision that could affect the rights of millions of N.C. homeowners, the Court of Appeals has held that owners of multiple lots in a development can cumulate their votes in order to terminate ...
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