Standing to Object to Subpoenas to Non-Party Banks
In Deyton v. Estate of Kenneth C. Waters, Jr. , 2011 NCBC 34, Judge Gale ruled that a party to a lawsuit lacked standing to object to a subpoena sent by the opposing party to a non-party bank. The...
A broadly worded defense in a case challenging the sale of a company resulted in a waiver of the attorney-client and work product privileges last week, in Richardson v. Frontier Spinning Mills, Inc.
Richardson claimed that the company had improperly...
In one of his final actions as a Business Court Judge, Judge Tennille threw down the gauntlet for lawyers representing class action plaintiffs who are seeking approval of settlements. Last week in Ward v. Lance, Inc. , Judge Tennille condemned what he...