Nancy Rendleman was admitted to the bar in 1977 and has been engaged in the state and local tax practice area since 1980. Her experience includes extensive involvement with sales and use taxation, corporate income taxation, franchise, license, intangibles and property taxation, including litigation of 4R cases for the railroad industry involving both the valuation and equalization of railroad property. She has successfully litigated cases involving the valuation of real and personal property and successfully defended a wide variety of tax assessments.

Nancy Rendleman was admitted to the bar in 1977 and has been engaged in the state and local tax practice area since 1980. Her experience includes extensive involvement with sales and use taxation, corporate income taxation, franchise, license, intangibles and property taxation, including litigation of 4R cases for the railroad industry involving both the valuation and equalization of railroad property. She has successfully litigated cases involving the valuation of real and personal property and successfully defended a wide variety of tax assessments.

Ms. Rendleman has written articles for publication in the Journal of Multistate Taxation and the Journal of Property Tax Management, and lectured at the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT) Sales and Use Tax Symposium, the IPT Property Tax Symposium, the American Bar Association/IPT Advanced Property Tax Seminar, the Joint Tax Seminar of the North Carolina and South Carolina bar associations and the Council on State Taxation (COST). Ms. Rendleman has served as co-chairman of the ABA/IPT Advanced Property Tax Seminar.

She and other members of the firm are responsible for the preparation of the North Carolina recent developments section of the semiannual Council on State Taxation Audit Session Report dealing with corporate tax and sales and use taxation.

Ms. Rendleman is a member of the American Property Tax Counsel, the leading affiliation of independent law firms practicing property tax law, and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation. She is a member of the Taxation Section of the North Carolina Bar Association and is a former member of the Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section. From 1990 to 1993, Ms. Rendleman served as a member of the Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section Council and from 1993 to 1995, she chaired the Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Legislative Committee. Ms. Rendleman is a member of the Taxation Section of the American Bar Association. She is also a member of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and has been board certified as a specialist in estate planning and probate law by the North Carolina State Board of Legal Specialization (1987 to 2002).

The Best Lawyers in America recognizes Ms. Rendleman as a top attorney for Tax Litigation & Controversy and Tax Law and named her 2013 Raleigh Litigation & Controversy - "Tax Lawyer of the Year."  Martindale Hubbell has rated Ms. Rendleman an AV attorney, its highest rating available.

Ms. Rendleman earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of North Carolina and a juris doctor degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and was elected to the Order of the Coif.