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Pro Hac Vice

May 20, 2011

Attorneys – Pro Hac Vice – Revocation – Motion to Recuse

Belue v. Leventhal The 4th Circuit vacates a South Carolina trial judge's order revoking temporary admission to practice for three Miami lawyers who asked the judge to recuse himself from hearing a suit involving supplemental cancer insurance policies.

Oct 20, 2010

Civil Practice – Interlocutory Appeal – Substantial Right – Pro Hac Vice

Dance v. Manning. The denial of a motion for admission of an out-of-state attorney to practice pro hac vice does not involve a substantial right and is not appealable as a matter of right. Because the plaintiff's interlocutory appeal does not affect a substantial right, we grant defendant's motion and dismiss plaintiff's appeal.

Jun 28, 2010

Attorneys – Pro Hac Vice Practice – Revocation – Trial Court’s Discretion – Opponent’s Expert – Ex Parte Contact

Sisk v. Transylvania Community Hospital, Inc. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-06-0569, 17 pp.) (Robert H. Edmunds Jr., J.) Appealed from Transylvania County Superior Court. (Richard L. Doughton, J.) On discretionary review from the N.C. Court of Appeals. N.C. S. Ct. Holding: Even though out-of-state counsel may not be said to have violated the N.C. Rules of […]

Jun 28, 2010

What happens in Kentucky matters in NC

Justices say trial judge properly revoked pro hac vice status

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