Dave Cannon practices in the areas of administrative law, state and local liquor law and licensing matters, commercial real estate and leasing, business permitting as well as hospitality and business transactions.
Active in the community, Mr. Cannon has served in leadership roles with the Mecklenburg County Bar as an officer of the Bar, Chairman of the Finance Committee, Chairman of the Long Range Planning Committee and on its Executive Committee. In addition, he has served at Myers Park United Methodist Church as Chair of its Administrative Board, on its Affordable Housing Committee and its Habitat for Humanity Committee.
· 3 years active duty - United States Navy, 1970-1973
· Representation of national chain of pharmaceutical stores with its state and local alcohol permitting matters resulting from merger
· Handled all aspects of alcohol, lottery and local business licensing for 88 locations of a regional convenience store chain
· Assisted rock-and-roll based theme park and amphitheater venues in the Carolinas with alcohol and other permitting issues
· Representation of an international client with the negotiation of many of its domestic leases and with the subsequent sale of its domestic locations and its accompanying US leasehold interests
Nexsen Pruet Moves into New Space in Charlotte
The firm's new offices will be located on the 15th floor of the Carillon Building. That's on the corner of Trade and Poplar Streets.
"Nexsen Pruet makes uptown office move"
The Friday, April 23rd edition of the Charlotte Business Journal features an article entitled "Nexsen Pruet makes uptown office move."
Ten Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Named as "Legal Elite"
Ten Nexsen Pruet attorneys have been named in Business North Carolina magazine's "Legal Elite."
Nexsen Pruet Creates Distressed Property and Workout Practice Group
The new group will provide clients with resources, skills and experience to help navigate issues that emerge during periods of economic and financial uncertainty.
Seven Attorneys Named Among N.C.'s "Legal Elite"
Growth: The Lifeblood of a Franchise System
Nexsen Pruet attorneys Ted Pearce and Corby Anderson discuss the paths to growing a franchise.
"Let's Have a Tasting" - It's Easier Said than Done
As the beer and wine industries grow, so does the competition. Wineries and brewers are looking for new ways to market, advertise and promote their products. One of the most popular ways to spread the word is to hold a beer or wine tasting. But, before you start making plans for one, be aware that such tastings are heavily regulated by North Carolina law.
It's about More than Just Putting it on Ice - Alcohol Law: An Overview of "Tied House"
In alcohol beverage law, tied house rules and regulations are restrictions and limitations on the relationships among wholesalers, manufacturers, importers and retail sellers of alcoholic beverages. These regulations emerged as an issue in the N.C. Legislature because of concerns that if there is a "tied house," the retailer will feel pressure to only serve the brand of alcohol owned or sold by the manufacturer/importer - or will actually be pressured to only sell one brand....
Civic & Professional Memberships
· Mecklenburg County Bar
· North Carolina Bar Association
· Alliance of Alcohol Industry Attorneys and Consultants
· Greater Charlotte Hospitality and Tourism Alliance