McNair said Melissa Azallion has joined the firm as a shareholder, and will lead the immigration practice from the Hilton Head Island office. Azallion focuses on business immigration issues, as well as labor and employment matters.
Lanneau W. Lambert Jr. of Columbia’s Turner Padget Graham & Laney has been elected secretary of the National Conference of Bar Presidents. Lambert serves as practice group leader for the firm’s business transactions practice. Also at Turner Padget, Sam Sammataro has been elected to serve as president of the South Carolina Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Sammataro concentrates his [...]
David M. Bornemann has joined McKay, Cauthen, Settana, & Stubley in Columbia, where he will focus on workers’ compensation issues. He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law. Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd announced that Stinson Ferguson has joined the firm’s Greenville office as an associate. Her practice focuses on business litigation […]
Ogletree Deakins has added two associates to its Charleston office. Tim Whisler joins the firm from Clawson and Staubes, and Chris Anderson was previously with Coffey Bomar. Both will focus on employment law. William O. Sweeny IV has joined Altman & Coker in Charleston, where he will focus on civil litigation. Previously, he was with […]
Announcing new hires, partnership announcements and community service notices from firms around South Carolina.
William Bradley Thomas has joined McNair Law Firm as an associate in its Anderson office. Thomas, a 2011 graduate of the Charlotte School of Law, will focus his practice on representing businesses, governmental entities and individuals in economic development and general business matters. Joel Collins, founding partner of Columbia’s Collins & Lacy, has been […]
McAngus Goudelock & Courie said Matthew S. Moser and E. Scott Winburn have joined the firm’s Columbia office. Both attorneys practice in the area of workers’ compensation defense. J. Calhoun Watson, managing member of Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, in Columbia, has been named as treasurer of the South Carolina Bar. Watson will serve a […]
McAngus Goudelock & Courie said Heath M. Stewart III has joined the firm’s Columbia office, where he will focus on general liability defense. W. Marshall Taylor Jr., formerly with McNair Law Firm’s administrative & regulatory section, has been appointed as the new general counsel for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Taylor will report to DHEC director[...]
Learn about new hires, partnership announcements or community service notices from law firms around South Carolina.
Some of the lawyers making news in South Carolina the week of April 2, 2012
Promotions, appointments and awards: These are some of the lawyers making news in South Carolina.
William P. (Will) Walker III has joined the firm of Walker & Morgan in Lexington, where he will focus on personal injury litigation. Walker, the son of founding partner Billy Walker, received his degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law.
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- Business Court judges trawl for customers
- Va. company's Web site did not subject business to personal jurisdiction in S.C., appeals panel rules
- Former running back from S.C. wins courtroom victory in contract dispute
- Contract – Government Contract – Qui Tam – False Claims Act
- Tort – Business Tort – Va. Computer Crimes Act – Trade Secrets
- Consumer Protection – FCRA – Auto Loan – Bank Accounting Errors
- Licenses & Permits – Beer & Wine Permit – Restrictive Covenant – Suitable Location
- Licenses & Permits – Veterinarian – Vaccine Maintenance
- State regulators look at car dealer accused of lying to customers
- Textile firm, railroad settle Graniteville train wreck lawsuit
- Subprime mortgage meltdown hits securities law
- High court justices cross the line of propriety
- High court’s term was rough on big business
- The flip side of generative AI in law and how to address it
- The fight for equal educational opportunity continues
- Letter From The Editor – Working from Home
- NLRB joins FTC in taking aim at non-competes
- Supreme Court leaves key internet protection untouched
- US Supreme Court bites back at parody’s use of the First Amendment
- My goal: Provide the information that you need now
- Case study: North Carolina courts provide guidance on scope, limitations of attorney-client privilege
- A Different Ode to Pro Bono Work
- N.C. Bar Association embraces homophobia