By PAUL THARP, Staff Writer email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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By PAUL THARP, Staff Writer email@example.com A man who subpoenaed a law firm that represented his ex-fiancée in a dispute over an engagement agreement has to pay the law firm for the time it spent responding to what the trial court ...Read More »