Recent News

Greg Shelton managing editor of the North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook, Sixth Edition


The Construction Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association published its  updated "North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook" today.  Greg Shelton, litigation of counsel, was appointed managing editor of the sixth edition in 2010.

"Considered the “bible” for practitioners serving the NC construction industry, this newly revised deskbook is both a resource and research tool for experienced construction lawyers and a guide and primer for lawyers who do not frequently practice in the area of construction law."  For more, please follow:



Email Disclaimer


This website presents general information about Horack Talley and is not intended as legal advice nor should you consider it such. To obtain legal counsel or legal services from Horack Talley, you must first establish an attorney-client relationship with the firm. Until you do so and receive an engagement letter, you have not hired an attorney and have not become a client of the firm. Whether you are a new or existing client of the firm, Horack Talley cannot represent you on a new matter until the firm determines that there is no conflict of interest and that it is willing and otherwise able to accept the new engagement. Unless and until Horack Talley has informed you it is willing and able to accept your new matter, do not send Horack Talley any information or documents that you consider private or confidential. Such information will not be treated as private, confidential or otherwise protected from disclosure until Horack Talley has communicated it is willing and able to accept your new matter.