Gregory L. Shelton
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Bill Caldwell Talks Construction in the Carolinas By: Gregory L. Shelton Horack, Talley, Pharr & Lowndes, PA email@example.com It’s been a busy time for me in Lawyerland, but I would not be able to enjoy my weekend if I … Continue reading
The Miller Act and You By: Gregory L. Shelton Horack, Talley, Pharr & Lowndes, P.A. firstname.lastname@example.org Think about what would happen if contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers could file a mechanic’s lien on a government project. The sheriff could actually sell … Continue reading
A Mediation Education By: Gregory L. Shelton Horack, Talley, Pharr & Lowndes, P.A. email@example.com Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) refers to out-of-court methods of resolving legal fights. ADR has been around for a long time. During the ordeal, trial … Continue reading
The Dollars are in the Details By: Gregory L. Shelton firstname.lastname@example.org I have been monitoring the advance sheets in South Carolina and North Carolina for an interesting case concerning federal contracting. Ask and you shall receive. Hot off the … Continue reading
Using Photographs to Document the Project By: Gregory L. Shelton Photographs provide the finder of fact (whether judge, jury, or arbitrator) with a wealth of information about a construction dispute. The owner may criticize a contractor for not performing work … Continue reading