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Lawyers in the News 4-1-13 (access required)

Gallivan, White & Boyd said Adam R. Artigliere has joined the firm’s Greenville office as an of counsel member.  He will focus on corporate and business planning, banking and financial transactions, commercial real estate, and economic development and incentives.   ...

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Lawyers In The News

Rogers Townsend & Thomas said Andrew Powell has joined the firm as an associate in the firm’s Columbia office, where he will focus on real estate, mortgage foreclosures, and bankruptcy matters. Powell graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2011.

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Smith Moore Leatherwood said T. Foster Haselden has joined its Greenville office, where he’ll work as an associate in the labor and employment and litigation practice groups. Prior to joining the firm, Haselden worked at a law firm in Washington, D.C.

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Lawyers In The News 10-15-12

Lanneau W. Lambert Jr. of Columbia’s Turner Padget Graham & Laney has been elected secretary of the National Conference of Bar Presidents. Lambert serves as practice group leader for the firm’s business transactions practice. Also at Turner Padget, Sam Sammataro has been elected to serve as president of the South Carolina Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Sammataro concentrates his practice in product liability and appellate matters.

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Lawyers In The News 05-14-12 (access required)

McAngus Goudelock & Courie said Heath M. Stewart III has joined the firm’s Columbia office, where he will focus on general liability defense. W. Marshall Taylor Jr., formerly with McNair Law Firm’s administrative & regulatory section, has been appointed as the new general counsel for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Taylor will report to DHEC director, Catherine Templeton.

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Lawyers in The News 01-30-12

Amanda C. Williams has joined the Charleston office of McNair Law Firm as an associate. A graduate of Louisiana State University, Williams focuses primarily on professional malpractice defense and business tort defense. Teri K. Stomski, special counsel at Rogers Townsend & Thomas, has been named an adjunct professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law and will focus on real estate transactions. She currently serves as president of the Palmetto Land Title Association.

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Lawyers in The News 01-23-12

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough has elected Columbia partner James K. Lehman as its new managing partner. He will oversee the firm’s 12 offices and more than 430 attorneys and government relations professionals, as well as more than 500 support staff. Lehman will maintain his practices in the areas of business litigation and investigations and environmental litigation. He replaces David E. Dukes, who is stepping down after serving as managing partner of the firm since 2001.

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