The North Carolina State Personnel I know this because, well, people who are sort of a big deal have an innate understanding of their Big Dealness. I am happy to report that the court has approved and adopted this rule. A Lawyer should aspire Richards N. Planned Communit As most of you are probably already aware, the North Carolina Supreme Court recently addressed an issue that is of major significance to all attor- neys who do appellate For those of you who do not know me well, I am married and have three children ages 13, 12 and 10 - the longevity and success of my p As most appropriately stated by my predecessor, Arty Bolick, I have been honored to serve as chair of the Section for the last year and in my position as council member in the years before.
The Section has a great history of bringing together and improving the knowledge and skills of those who practice con- struction law. And, in recent years, we have also made significant contributions to the industry in advising and commentin On the other hand, can a property owner reasonably rely on an unnoticed administra Instead, I would prefer to spend a half day each week catching up on new developments in the law, take the afternoon to wander Asheville, and then head out to a scenic mountain farm for some dinner and a square dance.
As always, our editors, Nathan Standley and Tom Segars, have collected excellent articles to keep you informed and up-to-date. This edition features three articles on topics of interest to our section members. We know well the stories of John and Mary Beth Tinker, the Des Moines stu- dents suspended for donning black arm- bands in silent protest of the Vietnam War, and Matthew Fraser, the Washington state student who received the same punishment for delivering a student government speech riddled with teacher-disappro As the current bar year draws to a close, the Young Lawyers Division can say that it has once again successfully fulfilled its mission of being the service arm of the North Bell The current recession has affected many, from multi-national corporations to mom-and-pop businesses, which means that our clients are most likely affected as well.
For many, the downturn will result in tax loss Our Section is only as strong as its members, and we are very fortunate to have many members who dedicate their time to further the field of dispute resolution in our state. Committee membership is a wonderful way to become more involved in the Section, and if you would like to work on one of our commit- tees, please contact me or As I mentioned in the last news- letter, members of our Section have been active in volunteering to help victims of North Carolina eugenics program as they receive settlement funds.
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The focus of this bar year for the Litigation Section Council has been directed at improving the benefit of- fered to our members and expand- ing the reach of the Litigation Sec- tion in the community. To that end, last fall we conducted a survey of our members to better understand the benefits that matter the most to you, our members. Building on that survey, we then set our sights on improving the quality and quantity of our CLE o I am reenergi For the past two years, Bill Gwyn has done a tremendous job as the chair of our section.
Routson A Recent Decisions We are off to a good start. I wish to thank all of those chairing and co-chairing committees for their willingness to serve. The first was at Duke Law School on September 29, an We are pleased to issue this newest edition of our newsletter.
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I am truly honored to have served as the Section Chair this year and I am extremely thankful for the hard work of our Section Council members and liaisons. As you begin to read the newsletter, there are a few items of which I would like to make you aware: 1 Consumer Protection Counsel; 2 Forms Manual Update Coordinator; 3 Legis- lative Items The success of the Chair of a Sec- tion is greatly dependent upon the officers, council members and committee chairs of the Section.
We are very fortunate to have so many dedicated members of the Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section willing to serve in such positions. I think that our Section can be quite proud of leadership and se This is one of those p r e s e n t a t i o n s you want to catch on a video replay if you missed it. Any person who prosecutes or defends causes in courts of rec Instead, nine years later we have b New tools, services and continuing education courses are on their way to N.
Bar Asso- ciation members! My family and I routinely take vacation at the beginning of Octo- ber each year, often heading to the coast of South Carolina to enjoy rest and relaxation without the traffic and crowds that a summer vacation sometimes entails. This year, however, Hurricane Mat- thew thwarted our plans.
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Rather than embark on a four-hour drive south, we abruptly redirected our drive to the north, stopping along the way in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Nelson and Dean P. Broz T Notes Bea Our customers exercise 30 minutes a day, days a week and get their health coverage from the Health Benefit Tr The tireless efforts of our cur- rent and past section council members have improved our practice and the public in gen- eral.
I also want to thank the The federal antitrust laws were born in an era where there was a sense that b One relatively common estate planning arrangement is for the grantor of a trust where the trust is a "grantor trust" for income tax pur- poses to sell all assets to the trust. Commonly, a large part or all of the consideration f In years past, this column has been the opportunity for our section chairs to give their views on the unique roles and responsibilities of the government lawyer.
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The Section focuses on IP education, out I believe that our judicial system has sur- vived and come through this challenge with shining colors. Despite extreme pressure from the executive branch both from President Bush and Gov. Bush and from The Pro Bono Committee advises the North Carolina Bar Foundation on activities relating to pro bono delivery of legal services; works with NCBA sections, divisions and committees to implement pro bono and public service projects; engages members in the delivery of pro bono legal services; and recognizes attorneys doing pro bono work through the annual Pro Bono Awards and the Pro Bono Honor Roll.
We all agree that law office man- agement has certainly changed during the last 25 years.
In many aspects, management of law offices is arguably much better today due to the improved information available to man- agers and improved technology. Through The Bar Plan, we offer a broad range of bonds with a hour turnaround time.
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Our underwriting process is designed to decline bonds for principals who present a high risk of default, and not every ap Even after the passage of the Health Information Technology for Econ Lbjuly98 Vol. The collective efforts of com- mitted volunteers from the Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section continue to make this a transforma- tive year for our section. An active program of work is underway. For the first time in recent memory our Section Council has established a new standing committee, the Fiduciary Litigation Commit- tee In re Jewell, B. Ohio Not surprising, the legislative histor The GPS Section thanks the league and its general counsel, Andy Romanet, who gave permission to edit and reprint this article.
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Despite recogni- tion of the problem by the Board of Most of us count among those blessings a profession that allows us to help others. The practice of health law is one of those areas of the law that certainly fits within that category. Yes, it is the 25th anniversary of my graduation from law school and passing the bar exam.
Bob Vaughn Jr. Interested in learning more about women in the legal profession? Explore our important links listing now and bookmark your favorites. First, this issue of IP Links repre- sents the first issue of the section newsletter to be delivered electroni- cally in PDF format. Kim Gatling, the Add lack of oversight and greed and people who would have qualified for A or We are blessed with a strong cadre of dedicated volun You know, when you get in an el- evator with a stranger and the small talk inevitably begins, leading to a brief conversation about what each of you does for a living.
In the time it takes for the two of you to com- plete the elevator ride, you should be able to explain that you are an attorney, describing your practice area and what This past year challenged us in many ways, and I am pleased to report that our section came through the year in fine See Page 19 for More Details Geodectic Survey, along with a map of the gen- eral area concerned, and title issues for consideration by real pro Although 12 months have passed far more quickly than I could have imagined just last summer, our relatively young Section has packed an incredible amount into that small window.
As we begin our fiscal year, I would like to take the opportunity to welcome our new members of the section council, Vida Harvey Char- lotte , Gene Jones Morrisville , April Kight Greensboro and Deborah Tarwasokono Ra- leigh. I am excited to have them as members of the council and look forward to their contributions. As pa I II. My second edition was a call to action of sorts, highlighting many excit- ing opportunities to get involved in Litigation Section events.
With these comments, as my term as Section Chair draws to a close, a call of gratitude is in order. Instead of calling others to actio Before , North Carolina operated under a hybrid four-level court sy For debtors in confirmed five-year Chapter 13 plans, experiencing any number of life changes could result in a need to modify their plan. Plan modification is not a new issue. We will discuss some s Bar Associa- tion sections. These tra By Rebecca L. It has been my plea- sure to serve as chair of the Section this year, and I think we have had a successful year.
We are preparing for our 40th annual meeting. The annual meeting will be at Kiawah Island this year. The dates are July I suggest c I was just getting used to being the vice chair.