At Long Last: South Carolina Passes COVID-19 Liability Immunity

  May 4, 2021

By Brittany Clark Employment and Labor Law Associate On April 28, 2021, Gov. Henry McMaster signed South Carolina’s COVID-19 Liability Immunity Act into law.  The state’s employers will now have…

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Eight Rosen Hagood attorneys receive accolades

  April 30, 2021

Eight attorneys from the Charleston-based law firm of Rosen Hagood have been named to either the 2021 South Carolina Super Lawyers list or the 2021 South Carolina Rising Stars list,…

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Turner Padget continues growth in Columbia

  April 29, 2021

Turner Padget announced the addition of Virginia “Ginny” Bozeman, of counsel, to the Litigation practice group in Columbia. She focuses her practice on defending physicians, physician practices and hospitals in…

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The Jennings Law Firm announces the launch of new website

  April 21, 2021

New User-Friendly Site Will Help Citizens in Accessing Legal Information and Local Resources The Jennings Law Firm announced the launch of its new website: jenningslawsc.com. Since 1902, the Jennings Law Firm…

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K&L Gates’ Charleston office welcomes new associate

  April 19, 2021

K&L Gates’ Charleston office welcomed a new associate to the firm. Mr. S. Cooper Hawley joins the Charleston office as an associate in the firm’s Mergers and Acquisitions practice group.…

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Laurens County Deputy Receives Bert Friday Award

  April 12, 2021

Congratulations to Detention Deputy Braswell on receiving the Bert Friday award upon graduating from the academy. This award is given to the student who obtains the highest overall academic average,…

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Cindy Crick named to SC Pro Bono Honor Roll

  March 22, 2021

Attorney Cindy Crick of the Cindy Crick Law has been South Carolina Pro Bono Honor Roll. The South Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct encourages attorneys to, among other things, provide…

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Neal joins M&G Personal Injury Group

  March 10, 2021

Morton & Gettys attorney Joe Neal is expanding his practice, joining firm partner Richards McCrae at M&G Personal Injury Group. While both maintain practices at Morton & Gettys, their work…

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Retired deputies gather for annual lunch

  March 9, 2021

By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Active and retired Richland County Sheriff’s Department (RCSD) deputies and others gathered at the RCSD Region 3 headquarters and RCSD training facility – the cafeteria-auditorium…

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Entrepreneur Minute – Cindy Crick, Cindy Crick Law

  March 4, 2021

Cindy Crick has prosecuted a wide range of criminal cases from domestic violence to capital murder; she has worked with almost every level and agency of state and federal government;…

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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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