Next week, the House will vote on a series of bills that will make it difficult – if not impossible — for Americans harmed by large corporate misconduct to seek justice in our nation’s courts. These anti-civil justice bills are: H.R. 1215, the “Protecting Access to Care Act,” which undermines state law and eliminates the […]
On Saturday, February 5, Bradley Coxe and Sam Potter, partners with Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips, LLP, volunteered as judges at the regional High School Mock Trial Competition in Wilmington NC. The case tried by the ten high school teams participating involved allegations of excessive force by a police officer assigned to a high school, […]
Thanks to Superior Court Judge Phyllis Gorham and the bailiffs from the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Department for taking their time to talk with the Cub Scout Webelos of Pack 212 about Judge Gorham’s role as a community leader and the rule of law in the United States.
On November 8, voters will elect a judge to the North Carolina Supreme Court and five judges to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, shaping our judicial system for years to come. Now more than ever, we need fair and independent judges, committed to equal justice for all. Judicial races are listed as “Nonpartisan Offices” […]