Bridgehouse Law



BridgehouseLaw LLP, 112 South Tryon Street - Suite 1100
Charlotte North Carolina - U.S.A.

+1 (980) 219-5200
+1 (980) 219-5299

Charlotte is not only the second largest banking center in the U.S., but is also a major business hub in its own right. More than half of the Fortune 500 companies have offices in the region, with five of them being world headquarters. The Charlotte area also welcomes multicultural corporations, serving as a base for nearly 950 foreign-owned companies.

Best known as the "International Gateway to the South," Charlotte offers international businesses excellent access to U.S. markets with its central location in the Southeast. In addition to providing access to all major federal highways and railways, Charlotte is also located close to the port cities of Charleston and Savannah. With 730 daily departures and nonstop serve to 151 destinations, the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport is the most cost competitive large size airport in North America.

North Carolina's status as a "right to work" state coupled with low labor and operating costs, and wonderful weather year-round make Charlotte an attractive business city. As a "right-to-work" state, North Carolina has gone to great lengths to ensure that individuals have the freedom to work regardless of the their membership or non-membership in any labor union or association. Additionally, North Carolina is an "at-will employment" state, which allows both the employee and employer to terminate the employment relationship with or without course. Well-educated future employees abound with Charlotte's 30 colleges and universities providing a highly qualified workforce.

The BridgehouseLaw Charlotte office hosts both American and German lawyers and is located in the heart of Uptown, the business and financial district of Charlotte.