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Horack Talley welcomes Roxanne Matthews Lucy


Horack Talley is proud to welcome Roxanne Matthews Lucy to the firm. Roxanne is of counsel with our litigation practice group.

Roxanne has extensive experience in the areas of employment and commercial litigation, including complex business disputes and landlord/tenant matters. She has extensive experience not only litigating, but also advising and counseling employers on employee relations, policies and preventative measures.

In addition to significant federal court experience, Roxanne has developed her practice in the North Carolina state courts as well, handling a wide array of business disputes including covenants not to compete, corporate and real estate matters.

Henry Pharr III, co-chair of the Horack Talley litigation practice group, said, “Roxanne brings a well-honed and extensive knowledge of intricate employment and business matters to our firm and provides a key resource for our clients who encounter these issues on a frequent basis. With Roxanne on board we increase our ability to handle the wide array of needs that our business clients have.” 

For more information about Roxanne, please visit her profile page. 

About Horack Talley

Horack Talley, founded in 1932, is located in uptown Charlotte. The firm provides legal services to clients in North Carolina, South Carolina and beyond. Its practice areas include business and corporate law, community association law, family law, litigation, real estate law and personal wealth services.



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