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Comparative Fault Before Legislature (access required)

A bill to establish comparative fault, a tort system eagerly sought by plaintiff’s lawyers in North Carolina, has been introduced in the General Assembly and is slated for committee discussion this week. The bill, HB 984, sponsored by Rep. Harry ...

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CLE Change Would Limit Course Types (access required)

North Carolina lawyers would not get CLE credit for attending ‘soft’ seminars and courses under a controversial proposal from the state Continuing Legal Education Board. The CLE Board proposed at this month’s meeting of the State Bar Council that courses ...

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