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Sanford Names Policy Adviser Replacement (access required)

COLUMBIA — Gov. Mark Sanford has named a Beaufort lawyer as his new senior policy adviser. Tom Davis, who was policy adviser for Sanford’s gubernatorial campaign last year, replaces former state Rep. Chip. Campsen in the $80,000-a-year job. Campsen of ...

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Attorney John K. Van Duys, a shareholder in Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Columbia office, has been invited to join the American College of Bond Counsel. The American College of Bond Counsel was formed in 1995 for the purpose of recognizing lawyers ...

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Attorney Alex Cash has been elected to the 2003-2004 Board of Governors for the South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association. Cash practices with the firm Rosen, Rosen & Hagood in Charleston. He began his term Aug. 6 during the SCTLA annual ...

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Attorneys Bill Tinsley and Welborn Adams recently opened the firm of Tinsley and Adams in Greenwood. The firm will focus on real estate law. Both lawyers previously practiced with the McDonald Patrick Law Firm. “Their practices and our practices are ...

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Attorney Ellen Stretcher Cheek has hired on with the Michael Wilkes Law Firm of Spartanburg. Cheek is a 1995 graduate of the Emory University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in Georgia and South Carolina. Cheek is a ...

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Charleston attorney Walker Coleman has been selected to serve in a leadership position for the Defense Research Institute. Coleman will serve as vice chairman of the Panel Counsel Committee for DRI’s Employment Law Section. He practices with Nexsen Pruet Jacobs ...

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