Bridgmon adds depth to firm's growing business litigation practice, is licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina (PRWEB) December 23, 2013
The law firm of Bray & Long is pleased to announce that Charlie Bridgmon has joined the firm in an Of Counsel capacity, and will represent clients in the firm’s active business litigation practice area.
“We are pleased to welcome Charlie to the firm,” said William Bray, the firm’s founding member. “Charlie brings unique experience to our litigation practice both in North and South Carolina, and is possessed with genuine ‘real world’ insight that we fully expect our clients will embrace and appreciate as he grows into his role.”
Charlie is a graduate of Clemson University, and the University of South Carolina School of Law. Charlie Bridgmon is an experienced litigation attorney who practices in the areas of business litigation and personal injury, with an emphasis on medical negligence, trucking accidents, and product liability. He began his legal career at Furr, Henshaw & Ohanesian, P.C. in Columbia, SC, where he focused his practice on medical malpractice. Charlie then was asked to join McCutchen, Blanton, Johnson and Barnette, LLP, where he focused his practice on medical malpractice and other complex litigation matters, including business litigation and class actions. Following his relocation to Charlotte, NC, he joined Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote as a senior associate, where he concentrated his practice on legal malpractice defense and product liability. Immediately prior to joining Bray & Long, Charlie was a solo practitioner.
Now in its eleventh year, Bray & Long (http://www.braylong.com) is a boutique business law firm specializing in the representation of small to mid-size companies throughout the Carolinas, which it assists in matters ranging from incorporation to mergers and acquisition. In addition to its general corporate practice, the Bray & Longis one of the few firms in the country with a dedicated emphasis to representing clients in the motorsports industry.
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