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Civil Practice – Missouri Litigation – N.C. Subpoena – Non-Party Objection – Attorney-Client Privilege

Ordinarily, when a North Carolina resident, who is a non-party to out-of-state litigation, receives a subpoena under the North Carolina Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act, the non-party’s objections to the subpoena will be heard by the North Carolina court in which discovery is sought. However, the non-party here is a law firm, and its ...

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