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Creditors file to dissolve companies that developed Fox Den in Statesville

Litigator Rob McNeill quoted in the Charlotte Business Journal Charlotte Business Journal 9/7/2016

Horack Talley litigation lawyer, Rob McNeill was quoted in the September 7th edition of the Charlotte Business Journal.

The article, "Creditors file to dissolve companies that developed Fox Den in Statesville," was written by senior staff writer Ken Elkins.

Rob, who represents the Fox Den homeowners, stated that the February N.C. Court of Appeals ruling halted foreclosure proceedings against the group. "The court of appeals left the door open for a challenge some time in the future but it’s not happening now.”

Visit the Charlotte Business Journals' website to read the full article.

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