Late last year, the General Assembly adopted S.L. 2009-421 (S. 44) to create N.C.G.S. §160A-393. Effective January 1, 2010, that section codifies the specific framework guiding judicial appeals of quasi-judicial decision concerning or relating to development regulation ordinances. This was the General Assembly’s third shot at such a […]
Mike represents public companies and smaller, privately-owned businesses and local governments in federal and state court litigation, as well as in land use and real estate development and entitlement negotiations, processes, and disputes. Mike has experience litigating throughout the United States but focuses his practice on land use, real estate and local government issues and solutions in North Carolina.
After hearing more than three hours of public comment on the controversial 751 South development project Monday night, the Durham County Board of Commissioners put off making a decision until Aug. 9. Read more (Raleigh News & Observer)