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James Resigns From State Bar (access required)

Bobby E. James, the State Bar’s long-time executive director, has resigned his position, effective last Wednesday. In a brief statement issued last week, James said he was tendering his resignation with ‘deep regret.’ He said personal reasons were behind his ...

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UM Stacking Is Rejected (access required)

Even as plaintiffs’ lawyers hailed a breakthrough in underinsured (UIM) stacking, the Supreme Court handed down a second opinion prohibiting uninsured (UM) stacking. The case is Lanning v. Allstate Insurance Co. (North Carolina Lawyers Weekly No. NS01262 – 13 pages). ...

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Child Gets UIMCoverage (access required)

In an eagerly anticipated stacking decision, the N.C. Supreme Court has ruled that a minor child insured under a family auto policy is entitled to the same underinsured (UIM) stacking privileges as her parents. ‘All of us have been waiting ...

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Stacking:Where Are We Now? (access required)

In the wake of sweeping statutory changes and a string of court rulings, where are the remaining battlegrounds in UM/UIM stacking? Lawyers Weekly posed that question to several experts in the field, who identified three likely areas of activity: Statutory ...

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Stacking:Where Are We Now? (access required)

In the wake of sweeping statutory changes and a string of court rulings, where are the remaining battlegrounds in UM/UIM stacking? Lawyers Weekly posed that question to several experts in the field, who identified three likely areas of activity: Statutory ...

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