No. 275P09.

691 S.E.2d 20 (2010)

Lula SANDERS, Cynthia Eure, Angeline McInerny, Joseph C. Mobley, on behalf of themselves and others similarly situated v. STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION, a body politic, Office of State Personnel, a body politic; Thomas H. Wright, State Personnel Director (in his official capacity); Teachers' and State Employees' Retirement System of North Carolina, a body politic and corporate; Michael Williamson, Director of the retirement System Division and Deputy Treasurer of the State of North Carolina (in his official capacity); Richard H. Moore, Treasurer of the State of North Carolina and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the retirement System (in his official capacity); Temporary Solutions, a subdivision of the Office of the State Personnel, and State of North Carolina.

Supreme Court of North Carolina.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Norma S. Harrell, Special Deputy Attorney General, for State Personnel Commission, et al.

Gregg E. McDougal, Raleigh, for Lula Sanders.

Jim Kelly, Jack Holtzman, Raleigh, for Lula Sanders, et al.

Prior report: ___ N.C.App. ___, 677 S.E.2d 182.


Upon consideration of the conditional petition filed on the 20th of July 2009 by Plaintiff 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:

"Dismissed as moot by confer of the Court in conference, this the 28th of January 2010."


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