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The N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed a ruling against challengers of a repealed law affecting Mecklenburg County judges.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed a ruling against challengers of a repealed law affecting Mecklenburg County judges.
 
Less than a week before lawyers on both sides of the case were scheduled to head to the N.C. Court of Appeals, a lawsuit challenging key decisions in North Carolina’s Medicaid “transformation” is going away.
Less than a week before lawyers on both sides of the case were scheduled to head to the N.C. Court of Appeals, a lawsuit challenging key decisions in North Carolina’s Medicaid “transformation” is going away.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed state regulators’ ruling against a proposed solar energy plant for North Carolina.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed state regulators’ ruling against a proposed solar energy plant for North Carolina.
 
The Carolina Journal reports that the NC Court of Appeals ruled that the recent order issued by Judge David Lee in the Leandro case is unconstitutional.
The Carolina Journal reports that the NC Court of Appeals ruled that the recent order issued by Judge David Lee in the Leandro case is unconstitutional.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals will decide in the weeks or months ahead whether students from N.C. State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill can sue their schools for refunds of student fees.
The N.C. Court of Appeals will decide in the weeks or months ahead whether students from N.C. State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill can sue their schools for refunds of student fees.
 
A unanimous three-judge panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit challenging 2017 and 2018 amendments to North Carolina’s Right to Farm Act.
A unanimous three-judge panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit challenging 2017 and 2018 amendments to North Carolina’s Right to Farm Act.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has upheld a second-degree trespass conviction against left-wing activist the Rev. William Barber.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has upheld a second-degree trespass conviction against left-wing activist the Rev. William Barber.
 
The full N.C. Court of Appeals has overturned a three-judge panel’s order blocking congressional and legislative candidate filing. Filing can proceed until the full 15-member court considers challenges to new state election maps.
The full N.C. Court of Appeals has overturned a three-judge panel’s order blocking congressional and legislative candidate filing. Filing can proceed until the full 15-member court considers challenges to new state election maps.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has thrown out a retired trial judge’s order forcing state officials to transfer $1.7 billion out of the state treasury for education-related spending.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has thrown out a retired trial judge’s order forcing state officials to transfer $1.7 billion out of the state treasury for education-related spending.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has rejected an attempt to overturn a certificate-of-need decision in Wake County. Appellate judges declined to overstep their authority to try to close a CON “loophole.”
The N.C. Court of Appeals has rejected an attempt to overturn a certificate-of-need decision in Wake County. Appellate judges declined to overstep their authority to try to close a CON “loophole.”
 
A couple of weeks ago I discussed an excellent NC Court of Appeals decision in which the Court held that development moratoria imposed under the Map Act constitute takings for which just compensation must be paid. Today I'm happy to report that the General Assembly is already responding to that hold
A couple of weeks ago I discussed an excellent NC Court of Appeals decision in which the Court held that development moratoria imposed under the Map Act constitute takings for which just compensation must be paid. Today I'm happy to report that the General Assembly is already responding to that hold
 
Supreme Court Judge Bob Edmonds and NC Court of Appeals Judge Rich Dietz will be at Apollos Steakhouse on Main St for lunch on Saturday starting at about 11:30 am.
Supreme Court Judge Bob Edmonds and NC Court of Appeals Judge Rich Dietz will be at Apollos Steakhouse on Main St for lunch on Saturday starting at about 11:30 am.
 
Despite a ruling by the N.C. Court of Appeals saying the state has no interest in the property known as Hammocks Beach, lawyers working for Attorney General Roy Cooper are forcing John H. Hurst and his sister Harriet Hurst Turner to continue fighting for the 289-acre Onslow County waterfront...
Despite a ruling by the N.C. Court of Appeals saying the state has no interest in the property known as Hammocks Beach, lawyers working for Attorney General Roy Cooper are forcing John H. Hurst and his sister Harriet Hurst Turner to continue fighting for the 289-acre Onslow County waterfront...
 
Republican Gov. Pat McCrory issued his first executive order Monday, rescinding an order issued by his predecessor, Democrat Bev Perdue, which Perdue exempted herself from at the end of her term of office.
Republican Gov. Pat McCrory issued his first executive order Monday, rescinding an order issued by his predecessor, Democrat Bev Perdue, which Perdue exempted herself from at the end of her term of office.
 
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