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Reed Fountain Presents on Legislative and Regulatory Reform

Reed N. Fountain was a continuing education speaker at the North Carolina Bar Association’s 2020 Administrative Law and Government & Public Sector Sections Joint Annual Meeting. The Continuing Education program entitled Let the Light Shine was conducted via webcast on April 24, 2020 and is available on demand at https://www.ncbar.org/cle/. Reed co-presented with Paige C. Worsham,  of the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners, and their presentation was entitled Shedding Light: Legislative and Regulatory Reform. Their session highlighted recent and pending legislative items of interest to attorneys practicing in the administrative and government law areas with a particular focus upon the impacts of the COVID-19 virus upon emerging legislation.

Reed is a shareholder at Young Moore and focuses his practice on ­­­­­­­occupational licensing boards and administrative law. He also represents business clients in a variety of matters and individuals in estate & fiduciary litigation and condemnation settlements. He is a certified mediator and has an AV Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

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