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Per Curiam Decisions (access required)

Prejudgment interest under Rule 68 and attorney’s fees were among the issues decided in per curiam rulings handed down May 5 by the Supreme Court. Without comment, the high court affirmed Collins v. Beck (North Carolina Lawyers Weekly No. 5-06-0690, ...

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Three Tort Reform Bills Pass House (access required)

Bills which would cap punitive damages and rewrite products liability laws have been passed by the House. Of five tort reform bills introduced by Rep. Charles B. Neely Jr., R-Wake, three are still alive. Bills on punitive damages, products liability ...

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Two Lawyers Disciplined (access required)

Two lawyers have been disciplined by the State Bar. Roland C. Braswell of Goldsboro has received an interim suspension as the result of his conviction of two counts of perjury and one count of conspiracy. Davidson attorney Gene H. Kendall ...

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