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Neighbors on Call’s NC Policy Update for 6/20/22

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An NC House bill that would give attorneys more opportunities to fight NC State Bar complaints against them passed its second reading on Thursday. HB 869, which has bipartisan sponsorship, would add a step to the existing process by which a committee reviews such complaints, allowing attorneys to appear before a new panel that would review the committee decision. The bill would also make certain state bar documents confidential, including documents related to requests for ethics advice.

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