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In re N.C.L., 89 N.C. App. 79, 365 S.E.2d 213 (1988) State case

"The duty of a guardian ad litem in a juvenile case is to see that the child's interests and needs are being met.

In re Clayton, 159 N.C. App. 228, 582 S.E.2d 727 (2003) State case

Found not to be an abuse of discretion when judge failed to review confidential DSS information before denying a party's discovery request.

Wilkinson v. Riffel, 72 N.C. App. 220, 324 S.E.2d 31 (1985) State case

"We believe the placement of juveniles for adoption is relevant to a determination by the guardian ad litem as to whether the needs of the juveniles are being met. G.S.

Housecalls Home Health Care, Inc. v. State, 2011CVS2696 (Super. Ct. of N.C., Wake Co. Apr. 9, 2012) State case

Qualified protective order governing medical information and Medicaid records. 

Jane Doe 1 v. Swannanoa Valley Youth Dev. Ctr., 163 N.C. App. 136, 592 S.E.2d 715 (2004) State case

Recognizing an order of the NC Industrial Commission as a "court order" compelling disclosure of social services records. 

N.C. Atty. Gen. Advisory Opinion to Kevin M. Fitzgerald (April 4, 1997) State guidance

Release of child protective services information related to a child fatality. Includes discussion of CAPTA requirements.

48 N.C. Atty. Gen. Op. 85 (1980) State guidance

Addressed disclosure of otherwise confidential personnel information to the parent locator service for the child support enforcement program. 

45 N.C. Atty. Gen. Op. 273 (1976) State guidance

G.S. 108A-80(b) does not allow publication of the list of public assistance recipients in a newspaper because such publication is for a commercial purpose. 

53 N.C. Atty. Gen. Op. 108 (1984) State guidance

A county social services department may disclose client information to law enforcement agencies investigating fraud related to public assistance or social services programs. 

49 N.C. Atty. Gen. Op. 61 (1979) State guidance

County social services department may disclose public assistance and social services records to the state DHHS in connection with its evaluation of social services programs. 

49 N.C. Atty. Gen. Op. 198 (1980) State guidance

A county social services department may not disclose information regarding child protective services cases to a community advisory group unless the disclosure is for purposes directly connected wit

N.C. Atty. Gen. Advisory Opinion to Kevin M. Fitzgerald (April 20, 1995) State guidance

Addresses access to records by social services boards.

47 N.C. Atty. Gen. Op. 211 (1978) State guidance

Explains that the confidentiality laws governing social services information applied to all DSS records related to child abuse and neglect cases. 

58 N.C. Atty. Gen. Op. 33 (1988) State guidance

Confidentiality laws that apply to juvenile records do not apply to reports of motor vehicle incidents involving drivers under the age of 18.

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