Richard Wilson is a trial lawyer whose principal areas of practice are commercial litigation including foreclosures and receiverships, construction law and litigation, bankruptcy law, creditors' rights law, and real property litigation.
He is a North Carolina Superior Court Certified Mediator and focuses on construction and commercial disputes as well as condemnations.
He received both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Wilson is active in his church and state and local bar associations.
•Listed in Best Lawyers in America - Construction Law since 2005
•Named among North Carolina's Legal Elite by Business North Carolina(2006)
•North Carolina Bar Association - Construction Law Section, Past Chair; Litigation Section; Bankruptcy Section
•American Bar Association - Forum Committee on Construction Law
Speaking & Writing
•Current Issues in Construction: Safety, Claims, and Design-Build in North Carolina - Construction Claims: Contract Considerations
•The Fundamentals of Construction Contracts: Understanding the Issues in North Carolina - Basic Contract Principles
•National Safety Council Seminar - Depositions: Selected Points for Being a Good Witness
Outside Nexsen Pruet
We call him Richard. He's also known as Grandad. He enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and spoiling them rotten, only to return them home. It's his privilege after all, raising two wonderful children himself. When he's not with the kids, you can find Richard on one of the many golf courses around Charlotte.