Meet our sharp minds.

Sharp minds. Sharp solutions.

We've watched the Carolinas grow dramatically over the past 80 years. During that time, we have represented an array of construction industry clients, including private and public owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals, construction managers and others.

Construction law is a combination of private agreements, liability rules, back up insurance coverage, personal assurances, warranty, and a host of state and federal statutory rules impacting construction. We recognize that each case presents its own specific issues and requires strategies tailored to the situation. We have a sophisticated understanding of the construction industry that is an asset to our clients.

Our representation includes:

  • Commercial projects
  • Delay claims
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Military bases
  • Nuclear power plants
  • Payment disputes
  • Tenant upfit projects
  • Wastewater treatment plants

Contact Us
William B. Hamel Member bhamel@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0811
Roxanne Matthews Lucy Of Counsel rlucy@horacktalley.com
(704) 377-2500
Keith B. Nichols Member knichols@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0963
Gregory L. Shelton Member gshelton@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0805
Related News
Horack Talley welcomes Roxanne Matthews Lucy Greg Shelton to chair Primerus construction law practice group The Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas names Horack Talley its 2015 "Associate of the Year" Building a Law Career in Construction Greg Shelton elected chairman of ABC Carolinas Charlotte council Greg Shelton appointed managing editor of the North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook Construction Defects Can Be Financially Devastating Greg Shelton quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Greg Shelton managing editor of the North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook, Sixth Edition Greg Shelton authors agent-lien summary
Related Events
NC-CCIM 2016 Charlotte Market Forecast Greg Shelton slated to speak at the NCBA 2016 Construction Law Winter Program Associated Builders and Contractors Legislative Review

Construction Law Carolinas

Email Disclaimer

X

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.