WICHNOSKI RE LLC v. PIEDMONT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS LLC

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Supreme Court of North Carolina.

David WICHNOSKI, O.D., P.A. d/b/a Spectrum Eye Care and Wichnoski RE, LLC v. PIEDMONT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS, LLC and Shipp's Fire Extinguisher Sales and Services, Inc.

Shipp's Fire Extinguisher Sales and Services, Inc., Third-Party Plaintiff v. Andujar Construction, Inc., Colony Investors, LLC, Custom Security, Inc., and Electrical Contracting Services, Inc., Third-Party Defendants

No. 26PA17

    Decided: August 17, 2017

Mr. John W. Reis, Attorney at Law, For Main Street America Assurance Company. Mr. Jay M. Goldstein, Attorney at Law, For David Wichnoski, O.D., P.A., et al. Mr. Albert S. Nalibotsky, Attorney at Law, For David Wichnoski, O.D., P.A., et al.

ORDER

Upon consideration of the petition filed on the 20th of January 2017 by Plaintiffs in this matter for discretionary review of the decision of the North Carolina Court of Appeals pursuant to G.S. 7A-31, the following order was entered and is hereby certified to the North Carolina Court of Appeals:

“Allowed by order of the Court in conference, this the 17th of August 2017.”

Therefore the case is docketed as of the date of this order's certification. Briefs of the respective parties shall be submitted to this Court within the times allowed and in the manner provided by Appellate Rule 15(g)(2).

Plaintiffs shall forthwith submit an appeal bond to this Court, as provided by Appellate Rule 17(b). The bond may be in cash or by a written undertaking with good and sufficient surety in the sum of $250.00.

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