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Civil rights lawyer battles ‘institutionalized inequity’ (access required)

Mark Dorosin is the senior managing attorney for the University of North Carolina Center for Civil Rights in Chapel Hill. Here, he tells Lawyers Weekly about his work and offers his opinion about educational diversity in light of the controversial debate over the Wake County Board of Education's decision to switch from a socioeconomic busing system to neighborhood schools.

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Court grants summary judgment to defendants in 70-page opinion (access required)

The plaintiff brought claims against the former officers and directors of Commercial Casualty Insurance Company of North Carolina, contending that their breach of fiduciary duties and unfair and deceptive trade practices resulted in the company’s insolvency and a shortfall to ...

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