Bill concentrates his practice primarily in the areas of taxation, corporations, partnerships, and pensions and benefits. He also works with Nexsen Pruet's economic development group. He is active in community and charitable affairs, and has been involved with and served on the boards of several local charitable foundations.
•Named among Business North Carolina's Legal Elite in Business Law, 2012
•2008 Top Impact Law Leaders - Business Leader Magazine, August 2008
•Best Lawyers in America - Tax Law since 2007
•North Carolina Super Lawyers - Tax, Business (2013-2014, 2016)
Speaking & Writing
•Seven Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Honored as North Carolina's Legal Elite
January 7, 2013
•Tax Alert: Relief for Federal Disaster Areas in South Carolina
October 8, 2015
•Recent NC and ABA Ethics Opinions (Adopted and Proposed) That In-House Counsel Should Know
June 25, 2014
•North Carolina Annual Reports Must Be Filed at the Secretary of State's Office
December 16, 2015
Outside Nexsen Pruet
Seriously. He says Playing guitar is relaxing for me. I enjoy working on tunes together with my guys. I frequently play with a client, a couple of golfing buddies, and a few others. I primarily play a six-string electric guitar, but I have two six string acoustic electrics, a twelve string acoustic electric, and then three purely electrics.
He goes on to explain I learned to play guitar in my bedroom when I was 14 years old. I stole my sister's guitar and taught myself to play it. At the time, I was playing violin, so I had some musical experience, but am primarily self-taught.
And when he's not strumming away? I also play lacrosse with my team- we're called the 'Old Goats.' I played in college and I used to be good, but now I enjoy a fun bunch of guys. We run slow, and try to remember what we did when we were younger, without having a heart attack. That's music to his family's ears.