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Eric W. Huang


  • (T) 704.338.5349
  • (C) 704.618.4779
  • (F) 704.805.4706

Eric is an associate in the Charlotte office, where he works with the Business Litigation, Immigration, and Economic Development groups. He has experience with law firms in both the United States and China, and his background includes a broad range of matters related to international business and business law, international investment, bankruptcy, reorganization, and immigration law.

Before joining Nexsen Pruet, he worked with the advertising, marketing, and promotion group with a large New York City law firm, and as a summer associate law clerk with Nexsen Pruet, conducting research on issues such as employment litigation, immigration, and debt collection litigation.

Working at the Jiangsu Zhu Hui Law Firm in Suzhou,China - his home before attending law school in the United States - Eric participated in one of the largest bankruptcy cases in the country’s recent financial history and gained high-level experience working on other major bankruptcies and reorganizations.



University of Minnesota Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2015

Pennsylvania State University – University Park, B.S., 2012

Bar Admissions
  • New York
Civic & Professional Memberships

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Development
American Bar Association
National Criminal Justice Honor Society
Member, Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce
Member, World Affairs Council of Charlotte 


Eric is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.

Playing the guitar, or any instrument, is ART. It's an outward expression of an inner need through music. I like playing guitar outside of work. It not only helps me to relax but also to maintain inner healthy and good personal characteristics. I believe only if you strike a balance between all the significant facets of life, then you have the courage to go ahead and chase bigger goals. Balance sets the ball rolling for a brighter future. Don't underestimate how much maintaining balance contributes to living life successfully and productively.

Proverb in Chinese: 劳逸结合

Huang, Eric outside NP photo