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Rock Hill attorneys Leland B. Greeley, W. Blackmon Huckabee and Horace A. Jones Jr. recently combined their practices to form the firm Greeley, Huckabee & Jones. The lawyers had referred clients to each other for years, and eventually decided to ...

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Charleston attorney Susan Rosen has been named co-chair of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America’s Committee on Ethical Conduct. In that role, she will oversee and administer disciplinary procedures involving ATLA members. Rosen practices with the firm Rosen, Rosen ...

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Greenville attorney Jennifer E. Johnsen has been elected president of the Greenville County Bar Association for 2003. Johnsen is a shareholder in the firm Gallivan, White & Boyd. She has held several leadership positions with the Greenville County Bar Association, ...

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Attorneys Kenneth E. Ormand Jr., Robert C. Ashley and Carlos W. Gibbons Jr. have opened the law firm Ormand, Ashley & Gibbons P.A. with two offices in Columbia. Greenville attorney Nancy H. Robinson has been appointed by the Supreme Court’s ...

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Charleston attorney Todd W. Smyth has been invited to join the International Association of Defense Counsel. Smyth is a shareholder in the firm Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, where he practices civil litigation with particular emphasis in the areas of medical malpractice ...

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U.S. District Judge Matthew J. Perry recently was honored by Clemson University for his role in integrating the institution in the 1960s. Perry received an honorary doctor of humanities during Clemson’s December graduation ceremonies. Perry, then an NAACP attorney, represented ...

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