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Lawyers in the News – January

K&L Gates announced four hires in the firm’s Charleston office, all as associates: Lauren McFadden in the firm’s Corporate/M&A practice group, Laura Musselman in its Complex Commercial Litigation and Disputes practice group, Whit McGreevy in its Labor, Employment and Workplace Safety practice group, and Reed deMent in its Banking and Asset Finance practice group.

Kelly Morrow and Shannon Till Poteat have joined Robinson Gray as members in the firm’s Columbia office, focusing on workers’ compensation and mediation. Ashley Johnson also joined the firm’s Columbia office, as an associate also focusing on workers’ compensation.

Lisa Claxton has joined Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd as special counsel in the firm’s Greenville office. Claxton is a labor and employment lawyer and represents businesses in employment litigation.

Marvin Infinger has joined Barnwell Whaley as special counsel in the firm’s Charleston office. Infinger practices in the areas of business law, civil litigation, mediations, admiralty and maritime law.

Luke Allen has joined Adams and Reese in its Columbia office as an associate. Allen focuses his practice on commercial restructuring and bankruptcy and previously served as a law clerk to South Carolina Court of Appeals Chief Judge James Lockemy.

Moore Taylor Law Firm announced that Stanley Myers has been named as the firm’s managing partner, effective Jan. 1, succeeding James Edward Bradley, who served in that capacity for four years.

YCRLAW announced that Perry Buckner and Jason Daigle have been named partners in the firm’s Charleston office.

Richardson Plowden announced that Anthony Rebollo is the firm’s new managing shareholder, and Benjamin Carlton has been elected to shareholder.

Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Brandy Harris is now practicing in the firm’s Charleston office, having previously practiced in its Winston-Salem, North Carolina office. Harris is a transactional attorney who advises clients in commercial lending and economic development matters.

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