Supreme Court of North CarolinaDec 1, 2008
669 S.E.2d 310 (N.C. 2008)

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  • E.M.A. ex rel. Plyler v. Cansler

    …Brown v. North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, ––– U.S. ––––, 129 S.Ct. 2792, 174 L.Ed.2d…

  • Wos v. E.M.A.

    …North Carolina has enacted a statute requiring that up to one-third of any damages recovered by a beneficiary…

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  • holding that the "one-third limitation" on lien claims under North Carolina Medicaid statute "comports with Ahlborn by providing a reasonable method for determining the State's medical reimbursements"

    Summary of this case from Russell v. Agency for Health Care

  • concluding that the North Carolina statutes conflict with federal Medicaid law by allowing the state to recover from a recipient funds that were for purposes other than medical expenses

    Summary of this case from E.M.A. ex rel. Plyler v. Cansler

No. 57A07-2

11 December 2008

The following order has been entered on the motion filed on the 14th day of August 2008 by Intervenor (NCDHHS) to Strike Reply Brief:

"Motion Denied by order of the Court in conference this the 11th day of December 2008.