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McGuireWoods Consulting LLC | USA | 6 May 2022

North Carolina General Assembly Week in Review

The North Carolina General Assembly reconvened this week for a skeletal session. No formal work was conducted. The short session is slated to begin…
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Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd PA | USA | 10 Mar 2022

The United States Supreme Court Sidesteps Partisan Gerrymandering, But Leaves the Door Open for Future Resolution

On Monday, March 7, 2022, the United States Supreme Court allowed court-drawn maps to stand for the upcoming 2022 midterm elections in North Carolina…
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McGuireWoods Consulting LLC | USA | 11 Feb 2022

North Carolina General Assembly Week in Review

Legislators were back in Raleigh this week although no bills were voted on in either chamber. Next week, lawmakers will return to the Capitol to draw…
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Ellis & Winters LLP | USA | 20 Oct 2021

A Warning to Public Agencies: Follow Your Rules!

An October 5, 2021 decision from the North Carolina Court of Appeals in Mole v. City of Durham serves as a warning to all public agencies: follow…
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McGuireWoods Consulting LLC | USA | 17 Sep 2021

North Carolina General Assembly Week In Review

Legislators mostly devoted their time this week to public redistricting hearings that were conducted in various parts of the state. Appropriations…
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Hogan Lovells | USA | 12 Mar 2021

Remote Online Notarization Across State Lines

Most of us are all too familiar with the challenges of finding and meeting with a notary when needed to witness the signing of official documents…
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Ellis & Winters LLP | USA | 23 Feb 2021

N.C. Supreme Court Clarifies Requirements for Claims under State Constitution’s Anti-monopoly Clause

Last month, we discussed an important decision from the Supreme Court of North Carolina involving antitrust claims against Atrium Health, the large…
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Ellis & Winters LLP | USA | 1 Sep 2020

North Carolina limits defendants’ ability to “pick off” class claims.

In baseball's version of the "pick-off," a baserunner is caught standing too far from base and tagged out. In the legal world, defendants sometimes…
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Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP | USA | 6 Jul 2020

Pump the Brakes: North Carolina Supreme Court Determines that Brake-Pad Manufacturer Does Not Qualify for Special Apportionment Rule for Public Utilities

The North Carolina Supreme Court affirmed a lower court decision that held that a manufacturer of brake pads used by railroads did not qualify for an…
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Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP | USA | 5 Jun 2020

North Carolina Pauses Certain Evictions, Utility Shut-Offs, and Late Fees

On May 30, 2020, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order No. 142 extending prohibitions preventing landlords from evicting…
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