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Consolation prize (access required)

The National Congress of American Indians last week delivered what has to be seen as a giant middle finger to the U.S. Supreme Court and South Carolina Supreme Court when it presented Dusten Brown, the biological father of Baby Veronica, ...

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It was work (or so he says) (access required)

Camden lawyer Thomas S. Mullikin seems to have the right idea when it comes to handling pro bono work with style. Earlier this month, Mullikin and an associate at his firm jetted to the South Pacific and spent time on ...

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My, how much you’ve grown (access required)

If it seems like there are a lot more lawyers in South Carolina these days chasing the state’s limited market for legal services, it’s not just your intuition. Earlier, this year, the American Bar Association released data for the lawyer ...

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Too big to scare (access required)

A few brave Time Warner Cable subscribers who dared to take on the great media behemoth will soon be quietly stomped into submission beyond public view. Or it at least it appears that is the fate that awaits Mark T. ...

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No, not that Harrison Barnes (access required)

While working on an upcoming story on LinkedIn and how it can help attorneys (look for it next week), we talked to an attorney named Harrison Barnes. Harrison Barnes, of course, is also the name of a former University of ...

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A judicial pile driver (access required)

WrestleMania, the marquee event of the year in professional wrestling, is supposed to be the place where scores are settled once and for all. But for one South Carolina musician, the event was the start of long-running battle that has ...

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Deer in the headlights (access required)

They say that grandma got run over by a reindeer, but in the Carolinas it’s far more likely that grandma will be the one doing the running over. That’s according to State Farm’s newest (and highly anticipated) study on deer ...

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When ‘flippant’ stings a bit (access required)

Displaying a passion seldom revealed in Social Security claims cases, Senior U.S. District Court Judge G. Ross Anderson Jr. recently felt compelled to remind an Administrative Law Judge of his place in the justice system’s hierarchy. His opinion included an ...

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The march of prime time (access required)

  The white-hot popularity of the sleazy lawyer character Saul Goodman on television’s “Breaking Bad” reveals a couple of truths about the age in which we live. First, these are the golden days of television writing. The dialogue flows like ...

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