Category Archives: Community Association Law

  • “Home Sharing” – is it a problem in your community?

    North Carolina has seen a surge of online “home sharing” in recent years.  Companies such as HomeAway, VRBO, and most notably, Airbnb, have faired remarkably well in a current business/political climate that mostly tolerates peer-to-peer rentals, home sharing, and the like.  While on its face, home sharing is touted as an industrious solution to overpriced, overcrowded hotels and resorts, communities throughout the state find themselves in an interesting position when confronted with enforcement Read more...

  • Major Class Action Judgment Secured

    A Superior Court judge has entered judgment awarding over $162 million to plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against the owners of the failed dam and lakebed in the Woodlake Subdivision in Moore County.  Jordan Price attorneys Hope Carmichael, Lori Jones and Weldon Jones, filed the lawsuit against Woodlake CC Corp, the owner of the dam and 1200-acre lake, which was touted by the defendant/owner as the centerpiece of the Woodlake community.  After Read more...

  • Hope Derby Carmichael Admitted to College of Community Association Lawyers

    Hope Derby Carmichael has been granted membership in the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL)—one of fewer than 150 attorneys nationwide to be admitted to the prestigious organization. Fellows of the College are among the most respected community association attorneys in the country.  CCAL was established in 1993 by Community Associations Institute, with membership consisting of attorneys who have distinguished themselves through contributions to the evolution and practice of community association law.  CCAL Read more...

  • Jordan Price Lawyers Honored by Several Organizations and Publications

    Jordan Price is pleased to announce 5 of its lawyers have been honored recently by the North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association, Business North Carolina magazine’s Legal Elite, Super Lawyers Magazine and the American Society of Legal Advocates.  Frank Gray was recently presented with the 2015 Griff & June Glover Award for Distinguished Service by the North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association. Hope Carmichael (real estate) and Brian Edlin (nonprofit organizations) were both recognized Read more...

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