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Charleston attorney Dwayne Green was profiled recently in the Charleston Post and Courier. The 32-year-old Brooklyn, N.Y. native formed the firm Hampton Green in 2001 after doing insurance defense work as an associate with another firm. “Part of the reason ...

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Retired state Supreme Court Chief Justice Bruce Littlejohn was profiled recently in the Spartanburg Herald-Journal after he took his first case as an attorney in 53 years. Littlejohn, age 89, is one of three lawyers representing two women who claim ...

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The 9th Circuit solicitor’s office has hired four attorneys to focus on gun crimes. The four new prosecutors are Bentley Price, Linda Seabrook, Jack Daniel and Paul Thurmond. In addition to courtroom work, the attorneys will also try to raise ...

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Attorney Matthew H. Henrickson has joined the Greenville office of Leatherwood Walker Todd & Mann. Henrickson’s practice will focus on insurance coverage issues and professional negligence litigation. He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law. ...

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Greenville attorney Marvin Quattlebaum has been appointed to the products liability steering committee of the American Law Firm Association. Quattlebaum is a partner in the firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough. His practice focuses on products liability and business litigation. ...

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Columbia attorney William C. Hubbard has been elected to a two-year term as president of the American Bar Endowment. Hubbard is the first South Carolinian to serve as an officer and director of the ABE. He is a partner in ...

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Attorney Lawrence C. Melton has joined the firm Nexsen Pruet Jacobs & Pollard as a partner in Columbia. Melton also will be teaching at the University of South Carolina School of Law. Before joining the firm, he was a partner ...

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Attorney Pamela J. Roberts has joined the firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough as a partner in its Columbia office. Roberts will concentrate her practice on securities fraud and shareholder issues, and will work with the firm’s pharmaceutical and medical ...

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