A tip of the hat is in order for the South Carolina Supreme Court for boldly going where many state and nearly all federal courts have never gone before.Read More »
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A Columbia attorney last week was sentenced to three years of probation after pleading guilty in open court to felony making a false statement to government officials. U.S. District Judge Margaret Seymour sentenced 47-year-old Joenathan Chaplin on Tuesday after he ...Read More »
A groundbreaking ceremony on Friday launched construction of the $80 million future home of the University of South Carolina’s School of Law. Guest speakers included South Carolina Chief Justice Jean Toal and Sen. Lindsey Graham, a 1981 USC Law graduate ...Read More »
Attorney: Robert G. Howe Location: Charleston Bar membership: Member since 1975 Disciplinary action: Transferred to incapacity inactive status until further order on Sept. 5. Background: The Supreme Court transferred Howe to incapacity inactive status until further order and enjoined him ...
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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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ROCHESTER, New York — Of all the technology trends, lawyers have adapted to mobile devices the most readily. Smartphone use has been on the rise for years now, tablets are increasingly being incorporated by lawyers and judges into their workflows, ...Read More »