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The Anderson federal courthouse in which U.S. District Court Judge G. Ross Anderson Jr. presides will be named in his honor, Sen. Fritz Hollings announced earlier this month. There will likely be a ceremony next spring to commemorate the naming ...

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Moore & Van Allen has hired three new attorneys in its Charleston office. W. Gregory Pearce will serve as a partner in the banking, commercial real estate and business law group. H. Manning Unger is an associate who will concentrate ...

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Charleston County has hired Joseph Dawson III as its new county attorney. Dawson is the first African-American to fill that position. Before being promoted, he served as deputy county attorney. Dawson is a graduate of the University of South Carolina’s ...

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Young Clement Rivers & Tisdale has hired three new associates in its Charleston office. James E. Scott IV will focus his practice on professional liability. J. Hamilton Smith Jr. will concentrate on insurance defense while M. Brittain Travis will practice ...

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J. David Black has joined Nexsen Pruet Jacobs & Pollard’s Columbia office as an associate. Black will focus his practice on complex civil litigation, professional liability defense, software litigation and intellectual property. He is a 2000 graduate of the University ...

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Two attorneys, Sally Salmonsen-Dey and Kevin D. Phillips, have joined the DeAntonio Law Firm in Charleston. Salmonsen-Dey is the former managing partner of the Law Offices of Stephen Dey in Marina Del Ray, Calif. Phillips is a retired Air Force ...

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