As government gets more involved in the affairs of individuals, organizations and business, Nexsen Pruet attorneys can help you navigate the constantly changing local, state and federal regulations.
We help clients:
- Deal with licensing, permitting and compliance issues at the federal, state and local level
- Respond to government enforcement actions
- Make sure legislators understand the impact of new laws and regulations*
- Make their case to administrative law judges and regulatory agencies
In addition to broad experience dealing with the ins and outs of government regulations, Nexsen Pruet attorneys have deep experience in the following areas:
- Health care
- The environment
- The Consumer Products Safety Commission
- Food and Drug Administration
- Government contracting
- Governmental litigation
- Alcohol permitting
From advocacy to routine compliance and licensing, our legislative and regulatory affairs practice is designed to be responsive to your needs and the always-changing regulatory requirements.
*Nexsen Pruet’s staff includes experienced, registered lobbyists.
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David Ferrell discusses recent actions by the North Carolina Legislature and expected 2023 items to be addressed, as well as other news in North Carolina politics.
Did you know that Nexsen Pruet is your guide with any North or South Carolina alcohol and licensing questions or needs? Our team is experienced in helping anyone across the three tiers in ensuring they can proceed with their work in compliance with local and state requirements. Member Erin Mosley walks through the recent North Carolina legislative actions creating social districts and new licensure levels, giving you the insight you need for your business.
Public policy attorney Bob Coble discusses how legislators and executive leaders are working to ensure recent federal appropriations, such as the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), have a transformational impact on South Carolina.
Sam Johnson discusses how South Carolina communities and business can best take advantage of opportunities presented in the American Rescue Plan and the historic infrastructure bill.
Public Policy attorney Bob Coble discusses key items for business and local governments to understand and take advantage of to improve their infrastructure.
Mark Harmon, Nexsen Pruet Government Affairs Advisor, discusses upswings and downswings in the economy and how those downswings often result in the departure or closure of businesses, and subsequently, the abandonment of buildings that housed those business
As we continue to battle COVID-19, there are issues before state lawmakers and local elected officials that impact how our clients do business – and those issues seem to change on an almost daily basis.
As South Carolina’s state government response to COVID-19 continues to evolve, there are issues before state lawmakers that will be addressed this summer and fall.
- Ralph W. Barbier
- Senator Paul G. Campbell Jr.
- Laurence A. Cobb
- Bob Coble
- Andrea Easler
- David P. Ferrell
- Michelle L. Frazier
- Mark Harmon
- Michael Jordan
- Tommy Lavender
- Erin Cowan Mosley
- Michael A. Parente
- Ernest C. Pearson
- Rick Reames III
- Bobby Robinson
- Sara S. Rogers
- Andrew W. Saleeby
- In Memoriam - Robert B. Schwentker
- Ric Tapp