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Best in class (access required)

There’s more than one way to rank a law school. While some live and die by the U.S. News & World Report numbers, that list doesn’t take into account every aspect of the law school experience. Those who wonder which ...

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Lawyers on the move

Lawyers on the move

McNair Law Firm announced that associate Jonathan Eggert has joined the firm’s Hilton Head office.  Jonathan’s practice focuses on immigration and labor and employment law. David S. Cox has joined the law firm of Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms as a member. Cox ...

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I heart Mom (c) (access required)

Video gamers may have noticed a key detail missing from the Carlos Condit character in EA Sports’ recent version of “UFC” – no lion tattoo. EA Sports left out the tattoo to avoid being sued by the martial arts star’s ...

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Ron Jones has joined Nexsen Pruet’s Charleston office as a partner. Jones focuses his practice on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights. Adam Ribock has joined McAngus Goudelock & Courie, where he focuses on real estate law at the firm’s Irmo office. ...

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You’ve been Facebooked (access required)

In a recent decision, the North Carolina Court of Appeals held that service to an intended recipient was proper even though the FedEx driver executing the service failed to leave the summons and complaint with the recipient. In other words, ...

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Alissa Fleming has been promoted to special counsel at the Barnwell Whaley law firm in Charleston. Fleming advises and represents a broad range of clients primarily in the areas of professional practice and liability, employment law, and civil litigation.    ...

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I told you so (access required)

Your spouse is always right. You’ve probably heard that before, but the results of a recent survey indicate that many corporate CEOs and business owners take it heart, even turning to their better halves for business advice rather than their ...

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With a song in your heart (access required)

If a funeral dirge was what typically played in the back of your mind while studying for the bar exam, Study Songs might have rocked your world. An app for iPads and iPhones created by several attorneys, it sets complicated ...

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Past due blues (access required)

If collecting your legal fees makes you feel “embarrassed,” “uncomfortable” or “greedy” you are not alone. According to a recent LexisNexis survey, 73 percent of small law firms sometimes have past due client accounts and more than half of the ...

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