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General Motors Case Surrounds Misleading Statements

General Motors Case Surrounds Misleading Statements A criminal fraud case is being developed by federal prosecutors to determine if General Motors issued misleading statements about a deadly ignition switch flaw, according to Reuters. The prosecutors are also examining activity by the company that dates back one…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin Leaves Another Law Firm

Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin Leaves Another Law Firm The mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, Steve Benjamin, has parted ways with the law firm of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein, according to The State. Benjamin joined the law firm in May of 2012 as ‘special counsel.’ The firm has…>read more

No Comment July 8, 2014

Attorney General: InfiLaw Cannot be Denied License to Operate Charleston School of Law

Attorney General: InfiLaw Cannot be Denied License to Operate Charleston School of Law InfiLaw must be granted a license to operate the Charleston School of Law, according to the South Carolina State Commission on Higher Education. The license must be issued if the company meets the required criteria, according to The Post and…>read more

No Comment June 3, 2014

Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta

Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta Guest post by: Nabeal Twereet, writer for LawCrossing Nadeen Weybrecht is a legal recruiter at BCG Attorney Search’s Houston Office. She focuses on matching attorneys with employers in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas,…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

BMW Announces $1 Billion Investment and 800 New Jobs in South Carolina

BMW Announces $1 Billion Investment and 800 New Jobs in South Carolina BMW is celebrating its 20 years of production in the U.S. by announcing plans to invest $1 billion at its Spartanburg County plant. The investment is expected to increase the facility’s total workforce to 8,800 by 2016 adding 800 new…>read more

No Comment March 29, 2014

South Carolina Agrees to Immigration Status Detention Review

South Carolina Agrees to Immigration Status Detention Review Immigration law regarding foreign citizens is related to nationality law, which governs the legal status of people in matters such as citizenship. A court order has been issued in South Carolina, blocking the enforcement of state immigration laws including a provision…>read more

No Comment March 4, 2014

Woman Told Cops Her Husband’s Girlfriend Assaulted Her, Interrupting Anal Sex

Woman Told Cops Her Husband’s Girlfriend Assaulted Her, Interrupting Anal Sex   According to police reports, when Pamela Lynn Turney walked into her husband Christopher’s Spartanbug, South Carolina home on Saturday at around 10 pm, she called out his name, “Chris”— and then she heard… something coming from the boudoir. Gawker…>read more

No Comment February 11, 2014

Merger Proposal: College of Charleston and the Charleston School of Law

Merger Proposal: College of Charleston and the Charleston School of Law   South Carolina state lawmakers are proposing that the Charleston School of Law merge with the College of Charleston. Republican representative Stephen Goldfinch of Murrells Inlet is a major proponent of the merger. He commented, “I believe the legislature would…>read more

No Comment August 8, 2013

New Orleans-Based Adams and Reese Expands to South Carolina with a Merger

New Orleans-Based Adams and Reese Expands to South Carolina with a Merger Last week, New Orleans-based law firm Adams and Reese announced their expansion into what they termed as “one of the fastest growing metro areas in the Southeast – Columbia, South Carolina.” Adams and Reese LLP had a merger with Columbia-based…>read more

No Comment May 26, 2013

Mystery of ‘Little Jane Doe’ Solved by South Carolina Police

Mystery of ‘Little Jane Doe’ Solved by South Carolina Police South Carolina authorities have announced that the ‘little Jane Doe’ mystery has been solved, according to ABC News and WYFF. The four-year-old girl was abandoned on a doorstep late last Tuesday night. The girl was discovered in a stroller with…>read more

No Comment April 9, 2013

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