Monthly Archives: July 2014

Judge Linda McGee, who has served on the Court of Appeals since 1995, was appointed Chief Judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals by Chief Justice Sarah Parker effective August 1, 2014.  She replaces Chief Judge John C. Martin, … Continue reading

Posted in Appeal |

Asheville is Hollywood East this week, as preparations for filming of the Untitled Armored Car/Loomis Fargo movie are taking place right outside of our windows. . The film is shooting in various locations in downtown Asheville on Tuesday and Wednesday, … Continue reading

Posted in Our Firm, Strange Law |

Leaving jail in California seems to be exceptionally dangerous these days.  A few weeks after Bobby Lee Pearson was killed on the day he was acquitted on a technicality (story), Jeremy Meek was killed in Stockton an hour after his … Continue reading

Posted in Strange Law |

The legislature recently cleaned up a longstanding issue in the North Carolina Planned Community Act when it passed HB 330 (text).  This act, which is awaiting the Governor’s signature, clarifies issues involving successor declarants. . When the Legislature enacted the … Continue reading

Posted in Collections / Special Assets, Community Association, New Laws |

On July 1st, Dungan, Kilbourne & Stahl partner, James W. Kilbourne, Jr., assumed the chairmanship of the Communications Committee for the 28th Judicial District Bar.  Serving on the executive committee since 2013, Kilbourne will direct the Committee’s efforts overseeing the … Continue reading

Posted in Our Firm |