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Womble Carlyle’s Greenville office is strategically located on the I-85 business corridor. Our Greenville attorneys work closely with colleagues in the firm's Columbia and Charleston offices to provide seamless coverage to middle market and larger companies in South Carolina and beyond. Attorneys in Greenville also work collaboratively with attorneys in the firm’s other offices, including those in nearby Charlotte and Atlanta, to provide service to our clients.
The Greenville office opened in 1999 and since that time has attracted experienced attorneys who practice in key areas of the law. Our Greenville-based team advises public company and private clients in Bankruptcy, Business Litigation, Corporate & Securities, Environmental Law, Healthcare Law, Mass Torts, and Real Estate, among other practice areas.
In addition, our Greenville team is actively involved and committed to public service in the Upstate community, serving such outstanding organizations as A Child’s Haven, the Boy Scouts of America, Friends of Reedy River, Furman University, the Greenville Literacy Association, the Jefferson Awards Foundation, Meals on Wheels, The Phillis Wheatley Association, the United Way and the YMCA.
The Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS) has named veteran business litigator Brent Clinkscale to its Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
Congratulations to Duke Food Productions! The South Carolina-based company has announced plans to open a new production facility in Bonham, Texas. In addition, Duke plans to move its company headquarters to downtown Greenville to be an anchor tenant in the new Falls Park Place building.
Womble Carlyle attorney Melinda Davis Lux has been involved in some of the Upstate South Carolina’s largest corporate transactions.
The event takes place May 11-13 in Indian Wells, CA.
Howard presented on “Conducting Effective Internal Investigations”.
The super-regional powerhouse corporate law firm is the anchor tenant of Charter Square.