Whom Should I Select to Serve as Trustee?

  February 24, 2021

By Jonathan J. Robertson, CFP® When people are updating their estate documents, they frequently leave assets in trust for someone else. The key concept behind the idea of a trust…

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Whom Should I Select to Serve as Trustee?

  February 22, 2021

By Jonathan J. Robertson, CFP® When people are updating their estate documents, they frequently leave assets in trust for someone else. The key concept behind the idea of a trust…

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Attorney Heath Myers joins Morton & Getty

  February 15, 2021

Heath Myers, a graduate of the University of South Carolina and Rock Hill native, has joined Morton & Gettys as an associate. His practice will focus on estate planning, probate…

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James Scott Farrin expands operations into South Carolina

  February 14, 2021

Award-Winning Firm Is Accepting New Personal Injury Clients in Greenville and Across South Carolina The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, one of the largest plaintiffs’ firms in North Carolina,…

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Gov. Henry McMaster removes State Accident Fund Director

  February 9, 2021

Governor Henry McMaster issued Executive Order 2021-09, removing Amy V. Cofield from the office of Director of the State Accident Fund, effective immediately. In addition, the governor has formally requested…

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Attorney General Alan Wilson Announces Enforcement Action Against GPB Capital Holdings, LLC for Allegedly Defrauding South Carolina Investors in a Nationwide $1.8 Billion Private Offering Scheme

  February 4, 2021

Attorney General Alan Wilson announced today that the Securities Division (the “Division”) within the Office of the South Carolina Attorney General has filed a regulatory action against New York-based investment…

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Steinberg Law Firm invites scholarship applications

  February 2, 2021

The Steinberg Law Firm announced the 2021 Steinberg Law Firm Scholarship. Graduating high school seniors who plan to attend a four-year higher-learning institution are encouraged to submit their entries. Five…

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Veteran marketing professional joins Collins & Lacy, P.C.

  January 26, 2021

Collins & Lacy, P.C. announced that Michael Burney, veteran marketing professional, has joined the firm as its Director of Business Development. Burney’s experience includes sales and marketing management in the…

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K&L Gates’ Charleston office welcomes new associates

  January 15, 2021

K&L Gates’ Charleston office is pleased to welcome three new associates to the firm. Ms. Cecilia Ehresman joins the Charleston office as an associate in the firm’s Labor, Employment, and…

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8th Circuit Solicitor David Stumbo Sworn in for Third Term

  January 14, 2021

On Wednesday, January 13th Solicitor David Stumbo took the oath to defend the Constitution, seeking justice, and keeping our community safe. The Laurens County Courtroom was not as full as…

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Upstate Mediation Center announces 2020 Peacemaker Award

  January 11, 2021

The Upstate Mediation Center (“UMC”) is pleased to announce the 2020 Peacemaker Award recipient is Meliah Bowers Jefferson. Ms. Jefferson was nominated for her work in organizing the Lawyers Standing…

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Lott re-sworn as sheriff of Richland County

  January 5, 2021

Hundreds of deputies later re-sworn By W. Thomas Smith Jr. For the seventh consecutive time since 1997, Leon Lott raised his right hand and was re-sworn as sheriff of Richland…

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Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd elects three new Shareholders

  January 5, 2021

  Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd announced that Jane Bouch Stoney, Charles E. “Charlie” Ipock and J. Philip Land have been elected Shareholders in the firm. Charleston Jane Stoney focuses her practice…

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Nexsen Pruet elects eight attorneys to Membership

  January 4, 2021

Columbia, Greensboro, Greenville, Raleigh lawyers represent businesses and professionals. The Nexsen Pruet law firm has elevated eight attorneys to Members of the growing legal team.  They are corporate attorneys, litigators,…

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Attorney Carson Shealy joins Baker, Ravenel & Bender

  December 29, 2020

Attorney Carson Shealy has joined Baker, Ravenel & Bender as an associate. His practice areas will include automobile liability, premises liability, insurance coverage and general litigation. Carson is originally from…

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