Philip Berger v. NC State Conference of NAACP
Appellant: PHILIP E. BERGER, in his official capacity as President Pro Tempore of the North Carolina Senate and TIMOTHY K. MOORE, in his official capacity as Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives
Plaintiff / Appellee: CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO NAACP, MOORE COUNTY NAACP, HIGH POINT NAACP, GREENSBORO NAACP, STOKES COUNTY BRANCH OF THE NAACP, NORTH CAROLINA STATE CONFERENCE OF THE NAACP and WINSTON SALEM-FORSYTH COUNTY NAACP
Defendant / Appellee: JEFFERSON CARMON, in his official capacity as a member of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, DAVID C. BLACK, in his official capacity as a member of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, STELLA ANDERSON, in her official capacity as Secretary of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, KEN RAYMOND, in his official capacity as a member of the North Carolina State Board of Elections and DAMON CIRCOSTA, in his official capacity as Chair of the North Carolina State Board of Elections
Case Number: 19-2048
Filed: September 26, 2019
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other
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Date Filed Document Text
September 27, 2019 Filing 17 MOTION by Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP, Greensboro NAACP, High Point NAACP, Moore County NAACP, North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, Stokes County Branch of the NAACP and Winston Salem-Forsyth County NAACP to dismiss appeal [17]. Date and method of service: 09/27/2019 ecf. [1000596522] [19-2048] Stephen Wirth [Entered: 09/27/2019 09:23 PM]
September 27, 2019 Filing 16 APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL by Andrew Tutt for Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP, Greensboro NAACP, Moore County NAACP, North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, Stokes County Branch of the NAACP, Winston Salem-Forsyth County NAACP and High Point NAACP. [1000596521] [19-2048] Andrew Tutt [Entered: 09/27/2019 09:15 PM]
September 27, 2019 Filing 15 APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL by Stephen K. Wirth for Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP, Greensboro NAACP, High Point NAACP, Moore County NAACP, North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, Stokes County Branch of the NAACP and Winston Salem-Forsyth County NAACP. [1000596516] [19-2048] Stephen Wirth [Entered: 09/27/2019 06:57 PM]
September 27, 2019 Filing 14 NOTICE ISSUED to Stella Anderson, David C. Black, Jefferson Carmon, Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP, Damon Circosta, Greensboro NAACP, High Point NAACP, Moore County NAACP, North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, Ken Raymond, Stokes County Branch of the NAACP and Winston Salem-Forsyth County NAACP requesting response to Motion to expedite decision [ # 12 ], Motion for stay pending appeal [ # 11 ]Response due: 10/01/2019Response due:.[1000596141]. Mailed to: Ralf Dunn, Haley Proctor, Caitlin Swain-McSurely. [19-2048] DL [Entered: 09/27/2019 11:49 AM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 12 MOTION by Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore to expedite decision. Date and method of service: 09/26/2019 ecf. [1000595764] [19-2048] David Thompson [Entered: 09/26/2019 08:33 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 11 MOTION by Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore for stay pending appeal.. Date and method of service: 09/26/2019 ecf. [1000595763] [19-2048] David Thompson [Entered: 09/26/2019 08:27 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 10 DOCKETING STATEMENT by Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore. [19-2048] Nicole Moss [Entered: 09/26/2019 08:16 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 9 DISCLOSURE OF CORPORATE AFFILIATIONS by Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore. Was any question on Disclosure Form answered yes? No [1000595760] [19-2048] David Thompson [Entered: 09/26/2019 08:12 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 8 APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL by Nicole F. Reaves for Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore. [1000595759] [19-2048] Nicole Frazer Reaves [Entered: 09/26/2019 08:04 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 7 APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL by Nicole J. Moss for Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore. [1000595758] [19-2048] Nicole Moss [Entered: 09/26/2019 08:01 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 6 APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL by Peter A. Patterson for Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore. [1000595757] [19-2048] Peter Patterson [Entered: 09/26/2019 08:00 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 5 APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL by Michael W. Kirik for Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore. [1000595756] [19-2048] Michael Kirk [Entered: 09/26/2019 07:52 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 4 APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL by David H. Thompson for Philip E. Berger and Timothy K. Moore. [1000595755] [19-2048] David Thompson [Entered: 09/26/2019 07:51 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 3 BRIEFING ORDER filed. Mailed to: Attorneys Dunn, Proctor and Swain-McSurely. Opening Brief and Appendix due 11/05/2019. Response Brief due 12/05/2019. [19-2048] CH [Entered: 09/26/2019 01:10 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 2 DOCKETING NOTICE issued Re: [ # 1 ] case. Originating case number: 1:18-cv-01034-LCB-LPA. Mailed to: as indicated on the attorney service preference report. [19-2048] CH [Entered: 09/26/2019 01:07 PM]
September 26, 2019 Filing 1 Case docketed. Originating case number: 1:18-cv-01034-LCB-LPA. Case manager: CHalupa. [19-2048] CH [Entered: 09/26/2019 01:03 PM]

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Appellant: PHILIP E. BERGER, in his official capacity as President Pro Tempore of the North Carolina Senate
Represented By: Haley N. Proctor
Represented By: Peter A. Patterson
Represented By: Nicole J. Moss
Represented By: Nathan A. Huff
Represented By: David Henry Thompson
Represented By: Nicole Frazer Reaves
Represented By: Michael William Kirk
Represented By: Haley Marie Nix Proctor
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Appellant: TIMOTHY K. MOORE, in his official capacity as Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives
Represented By: Haley N. Proctor
Represented By: Peter A. Patterson
Represented By: Nicole J. Moss
Represented By: Nathan A. Huff
Represented By: David Henry Thompson
Represented By: Nicole Frazer Reaves
Represented By: Michael William Kirk
Represented By: Haley Marie Nix Proctor
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Plaintiff / appellee: CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO NAACP
Represented By: Irving L. Joyner Esq. I
Represented By: Caitlin Swain-McSurely
Represented By: Leah Kang
Represented By: Andrew Tutt
Represented By: John Charles Ulin Esq.
Represented By: Ralf O. Dunn
Represented By: James William Cooper
Represented By: Penda Hair
Represented By: Stephen K. Wirth
Represented By: Penda D. Hair
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Plaintiff / appellee: MOORE COUNTY NAACP
Represented By: Irving L. Joyner Esq. I
Represented By: Caitlin Swain-McSurely
Represented By: Leah Kang
Represented By: Andrew Tutt
Represented By: John Charles Ulin Esq.
Represented By: Ralf O. Dunn
Represented By: James William Cooper
Represented By: Penda Hair
Represented By: Stephen K. Wirth
Represented By: Penda D. Hair
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Plaintiff / appellee: HIGH POINT NAACP
Represented By: Irving L. Joyner Esq. I
Represented By: Caitlin Swain-McSurely
Represented By: Leah Kang
Represented By: Andrew Tutt
Represented By: Ralf O. Dunn
Represented By: James William Cooper
Represented By: Penda Hair
Represented By: John Charles Ulin Esq.
Represented By: Stephen K. Wirth
Represented By: Penda D. Hair
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Plaintiff / appellee: GREENSBORO NAACP
Represented By: Irving L. Joyner Esq. I
Represented By: Caitlin Swain-McSurely
Represented By: Leah Kang
Represented By: Andrew Tutt
Represented By: John Charles Ulin Esq.
Represented By: Ralf O. Dunn
Represented By: James William Cooper
Represented By: Penda Hair
Represented By: Stephen K. Wirth
Represented By: Penda D. Hair
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Plaintiff / appellee: STOKES COUNTY BRANCH OF THE NAACP
Represented By: Irving L. Joyner Esq. I
Represented By: Caitlin Swain-McSurely
Represented By: Leah Kang
Represented By: Andrew Tutt
Represented By: John Charles Ulin Esq.
Represented By: Ralf O. Dunn
Represented By: James William Cooper
Represented By: Penda Hair
Represented By: Stephen K. Wirth
Represented By: Penda D. Hair
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Plaintiff / appellee: NORTH CAROLINA STATE CONFERENCE OF THE NAACP
Represented By: Irving L. Joyner Esq. I
Represented By: Caitlin Swain-McSurely
Represented By: Leah Kang
Represented By: Andrew Tutt
Represented By: John Charles Ulin Esq.
Represented By: Ralf O. Dunn
Represented By: James William Cooper
Represented By: Penda Hair
Represented By: Stephen K. Wirth
Represented By: Penda D. Hair
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Plaintiff / appellee: WINSTON SALEM-FORSYTH COUNTY NAACP
Represented By: Irving L. Joyner Esq. I
Represented By: Caitlin Swain-McSurely
Represented By: Leah Kang
Represented By: Andrew Tutt
Represented By: John Charles Ulin Esq.
Represented By: Ralf O. Dunn
Represented By: James William Cooper
Represented By: Penda Hair
Represented By: Stephen K. Wirth
Represented By: Penda D. Hair
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Defendant / appellee: JEFFERSON CARMON, in his official capacity as a member of the North Carolina State Board of Elections
Represented By: Paul Mason Cox
Represented By: Stephanie A. Brennan
Represented By: Amar Majmundar
Represented By: Olga Eugenia Vysotskaya de Brito
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Defendant / appellee: DAVID C. BLACK, in his official capacity as a member of the North Carolina State Board of Elections
Represented By: Paul Mason Cox
Represented By: Stephanie A. Brennan
Represented By: Amar Majmundar
Represented By: Olga Eugenia Vysotskaya de Brito
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Defendant / appellee: STELLA ANDERSON, in her official capacity as Secretary of the North Carolina State Board of Elections
Represented By: Paul Mason Cox
Represented By: Stephanie A. Brennan
Represented By: Amar Majmundar
Represented By: Olga Eugenia Vysotskaya de Brito
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Defendant / appellee: KEN RAYMOND, in his official capacity as a member of the North Carolina State Board of Elections
Represented By: Paul Mason Cox
Represented By: Stephanie A. Brennan
Represented By: Amar Majmundar
Represented By: Olga Eugenia Vysotskaya de Brito
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Defendant / appellee: DAMON CIRCOSTA, in his official capacity as Chair of the North Carolina State Board of Elections
Represented By: Paul Mason Cox
Represented By: Amar Majmundar
Represented By: Olga Eugenia Vysotskaya de Brito
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