- Attorneys Kelly Chase and Brian Pridgen attend 2017 Housing Conference
- CARRAWAY SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS CLIENT AGAINST SANCTIONS
- Cauley Pridgen closes Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) transaction for the Wilson Housing Authority.
- Cauley Pridgen, P.A. advises Town of Wendell
- Clients of Cauley Pridgen, P.A. Go 4 and 0 in 45 Days of Appellate Decisions
- Emily C. Cauley joins Cauley Pridgen, P.A.
- FCC RULES IN FAVOR OF WILSON, NC
- Francis P. “Razz” Rasberry joins Cauley Pridgen, P.A.
- North Carolina Eastern Region Economic Development Guide
- Rasberry Receives Distinguished Award
- Tim Carraway Re-Appointed to Serve on the Wake County Bar Awards Committee.
- Tim Carraway to speak at an Alumni career panel at Barton College
- Two New Shareholders Join Legal Team
- Timothy Carraway Re-appointed to Bar Awards Committee
Cauley Pridgen, P.A. represents the Town of Wendell in connection with the Town’s negotiations and approval of Wendell Falls, the largest planned master community in Wake County which is taking off and promises to be a jewel in eastern Wake County. Please read our Press Release for more information.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has ruled in favor of the City of Wilson’s petition for preemption of state barriers to municipal broadband. Cauley Pridgen, P.A. serves as legal counsel for the City of Wilson. Jim Cauley and Gabriel DuSablon served as the City’s local counsel in preparing its petition to the FCC. Please read our News Release for further details.
Cauley Pridgen closes Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) transaction for the Wilson Housing Authority. On July 23, 2014, one of the first RAD closings featuring a voucher transfer took place for Forrest Green Phase II in Wilson, NC. Cauley Pridgen represented the Wilson Housing Authority and the owner entity, Forrest Green Associates LP during the RAD approval process and closing phase. Please view our Press Release for more information.
Raleigh Associate Tim Carraway was re-appointed by Wake County Bar Association President M. Gray Styers, Jr. to serve on the Wake County Bar Awards Committee. This is Tim’s third year serving on the committee. His current term will expire on December 31, 2014.
Cauley Pridgen, PA is featured in the 2013-2014 issue of North Carolina’s Eastern Region Economic Development Guide. This guide highlights new economic development growth, innovative technology, and progressive business leaders in North Carolina’s Eastern region.
Raleigh Associate Tim Carraway was re-appointed to serve on the Bar Awards Committee for 2013 by Wake County Bar Association President Thomas H. Davis, Jr. This Committee is responsible for planning the annual Wake County Bar Association’s Awards Ceremony, a fundraising event for Legal Aid of Wake County. Legal Aid is a non-profit group which provides legal services to lower income residents in various North Carolina counties. Mr. Carraway plays guitar in the performance band and hopes that this year’s event will exceed 2012’s record-setting fundraising effort.
Jim Cauley has been admitted by the Solicitors’ Regulatory Authority to practice law in England and Wales.