South Carolina attorneys can get 7.5 hours of free CLE credit at two upcoming mental health “first aid” courses being offered in March and April. The courses will take place in Columbia on March 15 and Greenville on April 12. ...Read More »
North Greenville University has settled a False Claims Act lawsuit for $2.5 million after the federal government alleged the school had illegally used U.S. Department of Education funds to pay for incentive-based student recruitment services. Title IV of the Higher ...Read More »
CAMDEN (AP) — A professional circus clown who ran for Congress last year has died in South Carolina. An obituary from Kornegay Funeral Home of Lugoff, South Carolina, says 53-year-old Steve Lough died on Feb. 23. The funeral home did ...Read More »
Funding, diversity, and technological advances were hot topics discussed in Chief Justice Donald Beatty’s 2019 State of the Judiciary address, offered in a joint session of the South Carolina General Assembly Feb. 27. While the judiciary has scraped by in ...
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Meredith Ann Krzyston has joined Robinson Gray in Columbia as an associate, focusing on workers’ compensation. She previously worked in the 7th Circuit Solicitor’s office. Clawson and Staubes announced that it has named South Carolina-based attorneys Penn Ely and Kelli ...
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COLUMBIA (AP) — Dan Johnson spent two decades in South Carolina and Iraq prosecuting felons. On Tuesday, the former prosecutor became a felon himself. Johnson pleaded guilty in federal court to wire fraud in a scheme that authorities say stole ...Read More »