N.C. Court of Appeals Opinions for September, 2015

The North Carolina Court of Appeals has released this month’s opinions:

A & D Envtl. Servs., Inc. v Miller, (14-1397). Interlocutory appeal, substantial right, venue, NCGS § 1-294
Brittian v Brittian,  (15-139). Wills, declaratory judgment action, caveat
Credit Union Auto Buying Serv., Inc. v Burkshire Props. Grp. Corp., (15-187). Personal jurisdiction; quasi in rem
Ehrenhaus v Baker, (14-1201). Attorneys’ fees in class action settlements; Notice of Appeal in Business Court Decisions Additional Coverage (OUTSIDE LINK).
Ehrenhaus v Baker, (14-1083). Attorneys’ Fees in Class Action Settlements; Notice of Appeal in Business Court Decisions
Parker v Town of Erwin, (14-1340). Rule 12(b)(2) motion to dismiss based on sovereign immunity; review of Rule 12(b)(2) standard of review; sovereign immunity and liability insurance; application of Bynum 3-step inquiry; alleged violations of N.C.G.S. 160A-296; landowner’s duty to guard against dangerous conditions located off property
State v Dalton, (14-1329). 1st degree murder, defense of insanity, civil commitment procedures, closing argument
State v Harris, (15-13). Appeal Following Guilty Plea; Petition for Writ of Certiorari; Failure to Take Timely Action
State v Perry, (14-1328). Fourth Amendment search. Third party business records and good faith exceptions. Reasonable expectation of privacy in cell tower site location information. Historical versus real-time location information. Heroin trafficking. Additional Coverage.
State v Williams, (15-49). Probation; Absconding; Justice Reinvestment Act

In addition to those listed above, there were 22 unpublished opinions available here.