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Greg Shelton quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly

4/17/2014

Greg Shelton was quoted in the North Carolina Lawyers Weekly article, "N.C. Business Court rules electronic lien filing service engages in unauthorized practice." The article covers N.C. Business Court Judge James Gale's decision that an online commercial lien filing service was engaged in the unauthorized practice of law.

Among other quotations, Greg says, “You can certainly put out a lien, but unless you know what work is lienable and the nuances of the deadlines and that type of thing, your lien will be subject to attack for failure to meet the statutory requirements.”

To view the full text of the article, please log in to the North Carolina Lawyers Weekley wesbite:

http://nclawyersweekly.com/2014/04/17/n-c-business-court-rules-electronic-lien-filing-service-engages-in-unauthorized-practice/

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