There was a poetic bit of symmetry in the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, in which the court ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the federal law that bans ...
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Attorney: David A. Collins Location: Charleston Bar membership: Member since 1987 Disciplinary action: Disbarred on June 24 Background: In May 2013 Collins received $72,383.29 from the proceeds of a sale of jointly-owned property, to hold in trust pending resolution of ...Read More »
Attorney: Margaret Lanier Brooks Location: Jackson, Wyoming Bar membership: Member since 2019 Disciplinary action: Disbarred on June 24 Background: Brooks applied for admission to the South Carolina Bar based on a Uniform Bar Exam score from Wyoming and was sworn ...Read More »
Attorney: David Paul Traywick Location: Mount Pleasant Bar membership: Member since 2009 Disciplinary action: Suspended from the practice of law until future notice on June 12. Background: The Supreme Court suspended Traywick’s license to practice law until further order and ...Read More »
Attorney: Dannitte Mays Dickey Location: Greenville Bar membership: Member since 2010 Disciplinary action: Suspended from the practice of law for one year, retroactive to the date of his interim suspension, on June 3. Background: A client retained Dickey to handle ...Read More »
Attorney: Robert Nathan Boorda Location: Columbia Bar membership: Member since 1992 Disciplinary action: Resigned in lieu of discipline on May 22 Background: Boorda submitted a motion to resign in lieu of discipline, and the South Carolina Supreme Court granted that ...Read More »
South Carolina’s three-year statute of limitations doesn’t apply to claims for promissory estoppel, the state’s Supreme Court has ruled, answering a certified question from the federal district court. Johnny Thomerson alleges that the former owners of Lenco Marine, a ...Read More »