In a suit alleging a variety of claims against a governmental entity, this document reflects the jury verdict regarding several alleged improper meetings of the governmental entity. The jury did not find that there were unannounced official meetings on several dates as alleged, but did find that the governmental entity held an improper closed session.
The Judge then held a hearing to determine which party or parties was/were the prevailing party/ies under North Carolina law. The Court found that Plaintiff was the prevailing party, and awarded partial attorneys fees.
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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Conflict of Laws Updates
Reference Info:Decision | State, 4th Circuit, North Carolina | United States
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