Hospitality & Tourism

Tourism and hospitality are big business in the Carolinas, which is why those in the industry need the experience of Nexsen Pruet.

Want to identify a site for development?

We have one of the most experienced real estate groups in the Southeast. We help with land acquisition, permitting and taxation issues. In short, we can handle just about any real estate development matter.

Need financing?

Nexsen Pruet has extensive experience in commercial lending. We represent hotels, marinas, golf courses, resorts and many others. We provide both practical and legal guidance from the beginning of a transaction through its conclusion.

Ready to put up a building?

Our firm’s large construction practice represents developers across the Southeast. We can handle the bid process, take care of the needed permits and make sure that bond and insurance matters are handled properly. We also work with municipalities throughout the Southeast to handle land use and zoning issues connected to resorts, bars, hotel, and clubs.

Regulatory issues?

We assist clients in licensing, permitting and compliance, and if there are problems, we respond to enforcement actions. If you need a license to serve alcohol, for example, Nexsen Pruet can help you get it. We know the laws and the regulations, and understand enforcement actions.

I have employees...

Nexsen Pruet has one of the largest employment and labor practices in the Carolinas. With more than 25 attorneys, we can provide advice, training and litigation. Labor law is complex and we have successfully handled matters in all aspects of the employment relationship, including discrimination claims, wage and hour compliance as well as Family and Medical Leave Act issues.

Your brand is everything.

We help protect your intellectual property, including trademarks and copyrights. We can make sure contracts are properly executed. And when problems arise, as they sometimes do, we have experienced litigators.

Our goal, though, is to keep you out of court. We understand that litigation costs significant time and money. So the overriding goal for our attorneys is to prevent potential problems before they result in a claim. That’s the advantage of working with Nexsen Pruet, a firm with lawyers experienced in all aspects of the hospitality and tourism industry.

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  • Joan is well versed in all areas of environmental law and regulation for a diverse number of applications. She has provided sound advice on real esta...

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    Joan is well versed in all areas of environmental law and regulation for a diverse number of applications. She has provided sound advice on real estate matters, and regulatory matters involving operating permits and rules governing operations in South Carolina and North Carolina. Joan is responsive to client requirements, is an effective communicator, and has been successful at providing sound advice in working with government agencies to amicably resolve complicated regulatory matters.

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  • As an attorney myself, when I needed assistance in a white collar matter, I was immediately referred to
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    As an attorney myself, when I needed assistance in a white collar matter, I was immediately referred to
    Ms. Riley by more than one attorney. Right to the point, Ms. Riley's knowledge of the law, ability to communicate, and abilities as an advocate are second to none. Ms. Riley, in my opinion, is one of the brightest and most effective attorneys I have ever met.

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  • We as family members of his client did most of the work in gathering helpful info. then all he basically did was read what we had collected. Did not s...

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    We as family members of his client did most of the work in gathering helpful info. then all he basically did was read what we had collected. Did not stand up enough for our son.

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    They were always fast with a response to a question of mine and it was very affordable with great services.

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    They were always fast with a response to a question of mine and it was very affordable with great services.

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Diversity

Nexsen Pruet recognizes the importance of having lawyers that reflect the broad diversity within our client base, our jury system, our colleagues, and our community at large.  To that end, we are committed to recruiting minority candidates, reducing minority attrition, supporting minority organizations, and expanding and improving our diversity program.  We also recognize that the pursuit of a diverse workplace is, and should be, ongoing. 

As a means of promoting these interests, we created the Nexsen Pruet Diversity Scholarship Program. Prior to creating the scholarship, we completed a written plan that identified methods by which the firm could recruit, hire, and retain minority lawyers. The plan includes expanding our recruitment efforts to other law schools, increasing recruitment of lateral minority and female candidates, and continuing to develop and enhance our relationships with minority law organizations such as the Black Law Students Association.  Our goal is to identify qualified minority candidates who may be potential members of the firm.

Nexsen Pruet understands the need for and value of increased diversity, and we are strengthening and building upon our commitment to provide an inclusive environment within our firm.  As such, we will maintain a continuing focus on doing whatever we can to achieve the important and necessary goal of diversity.

 

Nexsen Pruet Diversity Scholarship

Strengthening the Lawyers of Tomorrow...Today

   The Nexsen Pruet Diversity Scholarship aims to:  

  • Support diversity within our firm and the bar  
  • Enhance educational opportunities for talented minorities in the field of law  
  • Inform minority law students of opportunities for private practice in the Carolinas   

The Scholarship Program will award $3000 to one or more exceptional first year minority law students planning a career in North or South Carolina.   

All scholarship recipients will be considered for summer employment in one of the Nexsen Pruet offices upon completion of their first year of law school.  Scholarship recipients are invited to re-apply for additional scholarships during their second and third years of law school.   

 Eligible students must be attending one of the following schools:

  • University of North Carolina School of Law
  • University of South Carolina School of Law
  • Wake Forest University School of Law 
  • North Carolina Central University School of Law 
  • Charleston School of Law
  • Charlotte School of Law