ASHEVILLE — Asheville is appealing a state Court of Appeals decision that it must reinstate a police officer fired after racist and pornographic images were found on a computer he rented. The Asheville Citizen-Times reports officer Roger Aly rented the ...Read More »
The North Carolina Supreme Court declined to award a workers’ compensation claimant disability payments for an injury that, according to the evidence, was not work related. The court affirmed the ruling of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Weaver Cooke ...Read More »
A longstanding common law rule must be applied to indictments for trafficking in stolen identities, a divided North Carolina Supreme Court has ruled. The court overturned the convictions of a Charlotte hotel clerk who lifted guests’ credit card information because ...Read More »
Attorneys – Tort/Negligence – Legal Malpractice – Petition for Certiorari – First Impression — Civil Practice – Statutes of Limitations & Repose
Hackos v. Goodman, Allen & Filetti, PLLC The only “act or omission” which occurred during the statute of limitations period was defendants’ failure petition the N.C. Supreme Court for review of this court’s rulings against plaintiff in her previous legal malpractice action. Since plaintiff fails to allege any contractual obligation requiring defendants to represent her beyond appeal to this court, defendants’ failure to file the petition did not constitute the last “act or omission” giving rise to plaintiff’s legal malpractice claim in the instant case.
Tagged with: N.C. Supreme CourtRead More »
A Court of Appeals judge says he wants to move up to North Carolina's highest court. Judge Bob Hunter of Morehead City announced over the weekend he's seeking the associate justice position on the state Supreme Court that will be vacated next year by Mark Martin. Martin said late last week he will run for chief justice.Read More »