Justin Outling Serves as Panelist for Discussion on Affordable Housing
Brooks Pierce partner Justin Outling recently served as a panelist for a discussion on affordable housing at a June 4 First Bank event. The discussion was part of First Bank’s Financial Education series, which consists of complimentary public seminars on a range of financial literacy topics.
The program discussed every aspect of housing, including the initial search, financing and moving process for a new home. Specifically, Outling spoke about legal constraints on the ability to force the sale or disposition of private property, as well as state laws and city ordinances related to the maintenance and condition of residential property.
Outling focuses his practice on business litigation and white-collar criminal defense, representing clients in matters involving breaches of contract, unfair competition and trade practices, fraud claims, shareholder disputes, commercial financing and governmental investigations. He has served as a councilman for the City of Greensboro since 2015. Outling also serves on the board of visitors for the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and on the board of directors for the Hospice Foundation of Greater Greensboro and Greensboro Downtown Parks, Inc.