NOTEWORTHY CASES

2001 |
Craig v. Asheville City Board of Education

Luke Largess prevailed in the North Carolina Court of Appeals after the court held that probationary teachers have a right to trial over the non-renewal of their contracts.

 
2001 |
Hunt v. Cromartie

Adam Stein was co-counsel at trial and successfully argued in the U.S. Supreme Court in Hunt v. Cromartie, which was argued and decided with Smallwood v. Cromartie. The continuation of ongoing litigation concerning the 12th Congressional District of North Carolina, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the 12th Congressional District was deemed not to be an unconstitutional racial gerrymander. Stein’s former law partner Melvin Watt has been elected to represent the 12th Congressional District in each election since its creation in 1992.