Everything But Legal Advice
A panel discussion about Everything But Legal Advice
Lyman J. "Greg" Gregory, a shareholder in Marshall, Roth & Gregory, PC, concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate transactions, small business formation and transactions, and estate planning and administration. He also has special training and qualifications in the areas of land use planning and environmental law and represents clients on permit and compliance issues before local government boards and state and federal administrative agencies.
He provides full real estate development support from land acquisition to association formation to final sales.
Mr. Gregory received his Master of Regional Planning and law degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill. He has previously worked for the Southern Environmental Law Center in Chapel Hill, and operated his own successful solo legal practice for five years before joining Marshall & Roth, the predecessor to the present firm, in 2005.
Mr. Gregory has been recognized with distinction by his legal peers. He was first named as a Best Lawyer®️ in 2019, and again in 2020 and 2021, thereby ranking in the top 4% of all American lawyers.
Mr. Gregory is a native of Asheville and is active in numerous community activities. He has provided pro bono advice to various community groups on issues involving public housing authorities, conditional use permitting and zoning, and transportation.
Brittany is an Asheville native and a partner at Barnwell & Long, PLLC.
Brittany graduated with her B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2011 and with her J.D. from Elon University School of Law in 2014. She began practicing with a solo practitioner in early 2015 and formed Barnwell & Long a few months later.
Since that time, she has handled thousands of residential and commercial real property transactions, from contract preparation to title work and closings.
She is a member of both the North Carolina Bar Association and the Buncombe County BarAssociation.
Jason M. Peltz is the managing partner of Worley & Peltz, PLLC. For over a decade, Jason’s practice has focused on issues related to real property law, including residential and commercial closings and leases, creditor’s rights, foreclosures and select commercial litigation matters. Clients include individuals, local, regional and international banks and corporations.
Originally from Missouri (go Cardinals!), Jason attended Washington University in St. Louis (B.A., English Literature, 1998) and Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D., 2002). Jason opened the Peltz Law Firm, PLLC in 2007 and currently lives in Asheville with his wife and two children.
He has been a board member for Verner Center for Early Learning, United Way Highlands Circle (founding member) and was a two-term member of the 28th Judicial District Executive Committee.
A graduate of Leadership Asheville Class 31, Jason also teaches often on various aspects of real property law, creditor’s rights and foreclosures. Jason holds an AV Rating from Martindale-Hubble, the highest peer review rating available to attorneys and has been selected as part of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite in 2009, 2012 and 2013.