Fountain Shares Insight Into LegalZoom Litigation: Published in NC State Bar Journal

John N. (Nick) Fountain recently published an article in the North Carolina State Bar Journal entitled “Legal Zoom Litigation and Legislation: Progress or Problem?” The article synthesized the years of litigation and spillover at the General Assembly and the effort to draw an appropriate line between the practice of law and online sales of do-it -yourself forms by entities such as Legal Zoom. The boundaries and definitions of law practice have been subject to scrutiny as technology has transformed the marketplace and online purveyors seek to capitalize on the needs of underserved segments of society.

A partner at Young Moore, Nick has assisted clients in more than 80 of the 100 courthouses in North Carolina and before dozens of the numerous boards and commissions in Raleigh. He has been involved in more than 40 reported decisions in the North Carolina Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, the Business Court, U.S. District Court and the Fourth Circuit. In addition to having served on the Grievance, Authorized Practice, and Legislative Committees of the North Carolina State Bar, Nick has served as President of the Wake County and 10th district Bar, on the Board of Governors of the North Carolina Bar Association, and as president of the Raleigh Kiwanis Club.

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