Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.
Charlie Mercer is an attorney at Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. and represents clients before state and federal courts and administrative boards and commissions. He serves as a lawyer and advisor to corporations, partnerships, and individuals on a variety of issues, including state and local tax issues and economic development matters.
A Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, Charlie is recognized by Best Lawyers in America in Tax Law and Commercial Litigation and by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Tax – North Carolina. Charlie combines his litigation and tax backgrounds to represent clients on state and local tax controversy matters, including property tax appeals.
He represents taxpayers on property tax appeals in counties throughout North Carolina. He represents taxpayers before county boards, the North Carolina Property Tax Commission, and the appellate courts.
Charlie has taught state and local tax law at Duke University School of Law, Campbell University School of Law, and University of Miami School of Law. While an Instructor in Law at New York University, Charlie taught Municipal Finance and Administration. He is an active seminar speaker, having made numerous seminar presentations on property tax and other state and local tax topics.
Charlie’s experience as a former Chairman of the North Carolina Property Tax Commission, along with his service as special counsel to a United States Congressman, and his service as a member of The University of North Carolina Board of Governors, as well as other boards, provide him with a diverse background and the ability to provide sound, straightforward advice and to work with clients to develop strategies that can lead to efficient solutions.