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Expansion and relocation are among the most significant, long-lasting decisions business leaders can make. Adding real estate, square footage and employees can drive a company’s growth—but they don’t come without risks.
Womble Carlyle’s Economic Development team works with growing companies in North and South Carolina from the earliest stages of expansion and relocation (before the real estate is purchased) to the end of the deal, long past the point when the shovel hits the ground. Clients can expect seamless service throughout the life of the deal. Our team fosters long-term relationships with clients, with a focus on their overall business strategy.
Team members include veteran, local attorneys who focus on economic development full-time. These lawyers have a vast network of government contacts at the state, county and municipal levels in both Carolinas. Our team creates custom solutions, rather than off-the-shelf form contracts, to ensure our clients’ interests are represented in economic development transactions.
Our specific services to Economic Development clients include:
Representative Economic Development Projects
Any result the lawyer or law firm may have achieved on behalf of clients in other matters does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.
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Read more at the Womble Carlyle Economic Development Digest Blog.
Maryland is open for business, and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will bring that message to the U.K. at a special event organized by Bond Dickinson and Womble Carlyle.
Womble Carlyle once again will host its annual South Carolina Economic Development Review.
Urban leaders are exploring new ways to promote growth and prosperity, including the use of placemaking (creating lively, engaging public spaces) and innovation districts, or clusters of leading-edge entrepreneurs.