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Upstate attorney Roy McBee Smith was recently spotlighted in the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. Smith, 76, served as the Spartanburg County attorney for 41 years before stepping aside earlier this year. In the article, Smith reminisced about the first military case he ...

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Russell Joins Nelson Mullins In Greenville (access required)

Attorney Hamilton E. “Bo” Russell III has joined the law firm of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP in Greenville. Russell’s practice will focus on corporate and securities law — particularly for technology companies, community banks, financial institutions and venture-stage ...

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Law Firm Blogs – Hip Or Hype? (access required)

Blogs, or blawgs, are being hailed by some as the key to Web success in 2005. According to two surveys conducted by the Pew Internet & American Life Project in November 2004, 8 million Americans reported that they had created ...

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Nelson Mullins Recognized By Chambers & Partners (access required)

Nelson Mullins’ products liability practice is the fourth-best in the nation, according to legal publishers Chambers & Partners. The firm’s corporate/mergers and acquisitions, and general commercial litigation practices were selected as the best in South Carolina, while labor and employment, ...

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Lawyers In The News (access required)

Attorney Michael A. Graham has joined the firm of Rogers Townsend & Thomas in Columbia. Graham’s practice involves construction law, products liability litigation, as well as risk management and litigation. Graham earned his law degree from Campbell University, where he ...

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Lawyers In The News (access required)

Attorney William Jennings Buchanan has joined the law firm of Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC in Columbia. Buchanan’s practice involves residential, commercial and resort real estate transactions, and REO closings. Prior to joining the firm, Buchanan managed the real estate ...

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