The officers of NC New Schools, including CEO Tony Habit, are more exposed to liability under state law than the board of directors, and an insurance policy that would have protected them against lawsuits or legal claims was allowed to lapse.
The officers of NC New Schools, including CEO Tony Habit, are more exposed to liability under state law than the board of directors, and an insurance policy that would have protected them against lawsuits or legal claims was allowed to lapse. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
The officers of NC New Schools, including CEO Tony Habit, are more exposed to liability under state law than the board of directors, and an insurance policy that would have protected them against lawsuits or legal claims was allowed to lapse. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

High-profile New Schools’ board, officers unprotected after insurance policy goes unpaid

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