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Lawyers in the News – May

K&L Gates has announced that Caitlin Nevin has joined its Charleston office as an associate in its real estate practice group and Ryan Goer has joined as an associate in the its banking and asset finance practice group, also in its Charleston office.

Timothy C. Thompson has joined Robinson Gray in Columbia as of counsel. Thompson is a tax attorney, and this will be a new area of practice for the firm. He had most recently served as corporate counsel for AgFirst Farm Credit Bank.

Kyle Watson has joined Baker, Ravenel & Bender in Columbia as an associate. Watson joins the firm as a litigator and will be practicing in the areas of insurance defense—including automobile liability, premises liability, product liability, and dram shop liability—and criminal cases.

Harry Dixon has joined Callison Tighe in Columbia as an associate, after having clerked for Judge Dennis Shedd of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and Judge Terry Wooten of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina.

Ashley Adams Brown has joined Butler & College and will manage the firm’s new office in Bluffton.

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough announced that it has named Sally H. Caver as managing partner of the firm’s Columbia office.

The law firm Motley Rice, which is based in Mt. Pleasant, has announced that it has opened offices in Philadelphia and in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

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