Posts Tagged ‘custodians of records’

Where (and Just What) is the “Personnel File”?

Monday, September 28th, 2020

Philemona has just started a job as a Human Resources Director in Charterville.  She has years of expertise, but she is new to North Carolina. At the end of her first day, the manager asks whether she has any questions. “Yes,” she says, “just one. I’ve heard a lot today about the employees’ personnel file. Where […]

Databases Under the Public Records Law

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

[Update: The case that is discussed in this post was reversed in LexisNexis Data Management, Inc, v. NC Administrative Office of the Courts (101PA14), on August 21, 2015. The North Carolina Supreme Court ruled that the Court of Appeals erred in applying the Public Records Act (Chapter 132), and that the case is governed by G.S. […]