Charles N. Anderson Jr.
Chuck Anderson's practice includes commercial real estate, debt finance, and corporate law, including business formation and mergers and acquisitions. He regularly represents lenders and borrowers in a wide range of commercial lending transactions, including leveraged and investment-grade syndications. Mr. Anderson's real estate practice primarily focuses on the representation of banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions in loan transactions secured by real estate. In addition, his commercial real estate practice includes significant acquisition and development work. He has experience with a range of real estate products, including hotels, office projects and retail centers. Mr. Anderson recently served as lender's counsel in connection with the financing of the Centennial Authority's Entertainment and Sports Arena, now known as the RBC Center.
Mr. Anderson was named to the 2010 edition of Best Lawyers in America for Real Estate Law. He also was recognized by Best Lawyers in 2007. In 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, he was recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers. Mr. Anderson was named to Business North Carolina's Legal Elite for 2009 and 2012 in real estate. He also was recognized in the 2009 edition of Chambers USA for his work in real estate. He was named to the Super Lawyers list for 2009 and 2012 for outstanding achievement in his practice areas by Law & Politics, which publishes the annual North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine.
Mr. Anderson received his undergraduate degree (B.A., With Honors) from North Carolina State University (1978) and his law degree, with High Honors, from the University of North Carolina (1986). Mr. Anderson was inducted into the Order of the Coif and was a member of the North Carolina Law Review.
Mr. Anderson serves as General Counsel for the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce is the Triangle's largest not-for-profit business membership organization made up of over 2,800 member firms representing 70 percent of the private sector employment in Wake County.
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