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Greenville Attorneys/Professional Staff
From our Upstate office in Greenville, Womble Carlyle serves the entire State of South Carolina. We are strategically located on the I-85 business corridor and work collaboratively with Womble Carlyle’s other offices, including those in nearby Charlotte and Atlanta, to give our clients the bench strength and legal experience of a regional powerhouse.
A number of our attorneys have practiced in the Palmetto State for decades and give us local roots that predate by many years our office’s 1999 origin.
Our Greenville practice includes the following areas:
Our Bankruptcy team advises banks, other lenders and creditors in complex lending, workout and bankruptcy proceedings. Our team includes the first bankruptcy attorney in South Carolina to receive national certification as a specialist in Business Bankruptcy Law.
Business Litigation is a particular area of focus for the Greenville office. Our attorneys have tried and won tough cases before juries in courts all over South Carolina and all across the nation. In addition, we offer a number of value-added services that reduce costs and improve outcomes in litigation.
Our Corporate & Securities practice includes extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions. Chambers USA ranks our Greenville team as one of the State’s best for corporate and securities work.
Womble Carlyle brings a Product Liability Litigation strategy forged in science. Our team of attorneys and experts brings real-world industry and research experience to product liability cases. Our case history includes defending clients in the medical device, transportation, pharmaceutical, electronics, construction and chemical industries.
Greenville has experienced rapid development in recent years, and Womble Carlyle has been a key player in some of the biggest Real Estate Development deals. Our team features the state’s top-rated real estate attorney, according to Chambers USA.
In addition, our team is actively involved in the Greenville community, serving such outstanding organizations as the United Way, the Phillis Wheatley Association, the YMCA, the Children’s Museum of the Upstate and Furman University.
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