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Womble Carlyle’s Charleston office provides a wide range of legal services to middle market and larger clients in South Carolina, around the United States and across the globe.
The firm’s Charleston-based team of more than 40 attorneys guides clients in Corporate & Securities, Real Estate, Capital Markets, Health Care, Business Litigation, Product Liability Litigation, Construction Law, Admiralty & Maritime Law, Bankruptcy, Tax, Trusts and Estates. Attorneys in Charleston work closely with colleagues in Womble Carlyle’s Columbia and Greenville offices to provide seamless coverage throughout South Carolina.
In 2011, the long-time Charleston firm of Buist Moore Smythe McGee P.A., which traces its origins to 1827, merged with Womble Carlyle to create the Charleston office.
Attorneys and staff members support numerous local charities, including the MUSC Children’s Hospital Beads of Courage Program, Crisis Ministries, Lowcountry Food Bank and Susan G. Komen. Many also have board and community involvement in various civic organizations.
Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities, Inc., (P&A) and six individuals with disabilities have filed a class action lawsuit against the South Carolina Department of Mental Health (DMH) and its Commission alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Womble Carlyle Economic Development attorney Stephanie Yarbrough is the newest board member of the South Carolina Economic Developers’ Association (SCEDA).
Womble Carlyle continued its push into the mobility revolution and autonomous vehicle development last week with Morris Ellison discussing the revolution at DIG South’s Innovation Conference (ICON) in Charleston, S.C.
Mr. Houseal will speak on marine pollution developments, and he will provide an oil pollution primer for the 21st Century.
Womble Carlyle once again will host its annual South Carolina Economic Development Review.
Self-Driving cars once were the domain of science fiction. But now, they rapidly are becoming a technological reality. “Smart cars” also provide an opportunity for economic growth to regions that are willing to seize the opportunity.