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Robert D. “Bob” Hazel has joined the West Columbia office of Wilson Moore Taylor & Thomas where he will focus on estate planning, wills, probate and elder law issues. Hazel is a 2000 graduate of USC’s school of law and ...

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Landrum native Shawn Rebecca Pierce has joined the Richter Firm in Mt. Pleasant. Pierce graduated from USC’s law school in May. Aynor attorney Diane Bagnal has expanded her practice by hiring attorney Leigh Powers. A graduate of USC’s law school, ...

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Columbia attorney Benton D. Williamson has been elected to the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. The Darlington native practices in the law firm Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd. Williamson is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s law school and is ...

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Pamela Roberts, an attorney at Nexsen Pruet Jacobs & Pollard, has been elected vice-chair of the EdVenture Children’s Museum in Columbia. Attorney Reggie Lloyd of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough will serve as secretary. James R. Courie of McAngus Goudelock ...

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Two lawyers are among the four hopefuls who have filed for the state Senate seat of former lawmaker Ernie Passailaigue, who resigned in August. Charleston lawyer Leon Stavrinakis, a Democrat, is a current member of the Charleston County council. Also ...

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Attorney Susan Teschner has set up practice at 3 Broad Street in downtown Charleston. Her firm’s concentrations will include tax law, estate planning, business law, powers of attorney and trusts. Charleston attorney W. Foster Gaillard has been elected chair of ...

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Conway attorney George M. Hearn Jr. has been named the newest board member of Horry County’s Solid Waste Authority. Hearn practices in the law firm of Hearn, Brittain and Martin. Charleston attorney Samuel Clawson has been appointed vice-chair of Campbell ...

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