Crow v. Citicorp 319 N.C. 274 (1987) Contributed by M. Travis Payne

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Crow v. Citicorp 319 N.C. 274 (1987)

The first decision of the North Carolina Supreme Court to recognize a common question class action under state law, allowing consumers to essentially combine their claims and seek compensation from large corporations against which they might otherwise be helpless.


Travis Payne

Travis Payne represents employees, unions, and injured workers in Workers' Comp cases. He was lead counsel in ground breaking cases establishing or clarifying North Carolina law, and has argued before the United States Supreme Court. 


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