• “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...

  • Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Estate Planning Impact

    On December 22, 2017, Congress passed and President Trump signed into law the most sweeping federal tax reform in more than three decades.  Commonly known as the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”, this new federal law has major implications for estate planning.  The 2017 Act is effective for tax years beginning in 2018.  Most of the provisions of the 2017 Act, however, including those with estate planning implications, are scheduled to expire on Read more...

  • Super Lawyer and Legal Elite Recognition

    Congratulations to Jordan Price attorneys who have been recognized as “Super Lawyers” and “Legal Elite” in their respective practice areas: Hope Carmichael – Super Lawyers 2018 - Real Estate Brian Edlin – Super Lawyers 2018 - Land Use/Zoning Paul Flick – Super Lawyers 2018 - Business Litigation Lori Jones – Legal Elite 2018 – Employment Law

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