A court hearing was held March 22nd, in the Moore County Superior Court, with the Honorable Judge James M. Webb presiding. The law firm of Jordan Price, which has represented RWL since the beginning of the lawsuit, represented the plaintiffs’ (Class members), with Hope Derby Carmichael as the lead attorney. At this hearing, MS Carmichael presented the final designation of the class (i.e. who was a member of the class), as well as material justifying the claimed damages to the members of the Lot Owner Class.
In preparation for the case, RWL lawyers filed for a subpoena of WLCCC VP, Julie Watson. The Moore County Sheriff served her the subpoena, and Hope Carmichael (our lead lawyer) deposed her under oath for three hours on March 14th.
Judge Webb issued a Summary Judgment in favor of the Plaintiffs (Lot owner class) for $162,520,636 which is made up of compensatory damages of $40,630,159.
Below are the Supeona and Deposition of the Woodlake CC Vice President and Co-Owner, MS Julie Watson and appropriate exhibits