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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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Greenville attorney Michael E. Easterday has been tapped to serve as Gov. Mark Sanford’s legislative director. Easterday has practiced with firm Moore, Taylor & Thomas since 1999 and has represented Greenville’s District 27 in the state House of Representatives since ...

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Columbia attorney George B. Cauthen was awarded the Order of the Palmetto by former Gov. Jim Hodges on Jan. 7. He received the award, which is the state’s highest civilian honor, for his pro bono work and his service to ...

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New Bi-State Firm Opening (access required)

Ten lawyers have left the multi-state firm of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart to form the new South Carolina/North Carolina firm of Elmore & Wall, according to a firm press release. With locations in Greenville and Charleston, the firm ...

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Attorney John Meadors has been named as the new deputy solicitor for the 5th Circuit, which includes Richland and Kershaw counties. Meadors most recently served as the head prosecutor for Kershaw County. He has also served previously as a prosecutor ...

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Attorney Christopher T. Cunniffe has established the firm Cunniffe & Associates in Charleston. Cunniffe is a graduate of Harvard Law School. He is admitted to practice law in both South Carolina and New York, and focuses his practice on commercial ...

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Columbia attorney Betsy Bradley was recently installed as the 2003 president of the Richland County Bar Association. The RCBA has named attorney Steve Fitzer as president-elect. Serving on the 2003 executive committee will be John McCants, Frank Knowlton, Daryl Hawkins ...

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Former Hilton Head Island Municipal Judge Terry Finger has hired on as Bluffton’s new town attorney. Finger practices with the firm Finger & Andrew in Hilton Head Island. “I thought this was an opportunity to expand our client base and ...

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Attorney John G. “Jay” Brown II has opened a practice in Mount Pleasant. His firm will concentrate on general and business litigation, personal injury, employment law and criminal defense. Brown is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School ...

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