Fountain to Speak at Construction Law Program on Professional Licensing Boards

Reed N. Fountain, shareholder at Young Moore, is slated to speak at the upcoming North Carolina Bar Association’s 2023 Construction Law Section Fall Program. The hybrid event, titled Contracts, Controversies and Completion, will take place on September 29-30 at the Hilton Charlotte Uptown.

Reed, along with fellow NCBA member, Luke J. Farley, will present on, “They Did What?!” This session is designed to provide attorneys with invaluable insights into effectively handling complaints before North Carolina’s various professional licensing boards and to offer practical guidance on helping clients stay on the job while avoiding legal pitfalls.

Reed focuses a large part of his practice in the areas of occupational licensing boards and administrative law. He has helped clients facing inquiries from a variety of Boards including: the Board of Dental Examiners, Medical Board, Board of Pharmacy, Board of Nursing, Psychology Board, Board of Education, Auctioneer Licensing Board, Commissioner of Banks, Real Estate Commission, Private Protective Services Board, Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors, and Alarm Systems Licensing Board. He has also engaged in litigation and negotiations with the DENR regarding CAMA regulations, sedimentation control regulations and water quality regulations. He has assisted businesses and individuals facing inquiries from the DHHS.

He also represents business clients in a variety of matters and individuals in estate & fiduciary litigation and condemnation settlements.

Reed is a certified mediator and recognized in The Best Lawyers in America©, in the field of Administrative / Regulatory Law (2015-2024) and named the Best Lawyers® Administrative / Regulatory “Lawyer of the Year” in the Raleigh area for 2021. He is also listed in North Carolina Super Lawyers® (2014-2022) and has an AV Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

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