Help Support Brain Injury Awareness at the 9th Annual Shuck-A-Rama Oyster Roast

Andrew D. Gowdown March 6, 2020

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. As attorneys, we frequently represent clients who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). We know firsthand how devastating they can be. Trauma to the brain has an unpredictable, and often debilitating, impact. In an instant, everything about the victim can change, affecting them, their families, and their …

Duty of Loyalty vs. Free Economic Competition

Rene S. Dukes
Rene S. Dukes February 13, 2020

When a new employee is hired, there’s a familiar litany of processing and paperwork that must be completed before the new hire can hit the ground running. In addition to tax and payroll forms, an employer may also require the new employee to sign an employment contract or handbook, a non-compete or confidentiality agreement, or …

Out of the Shadows and Into the Light: Rosen Hagood Helps Survivors of Human Trafficking

Rene S. Dukes
Rene S. Dukes January 15, 2020

Along with perfect weather, beautiful architecture, history and quality of life, Charleston is a leader in something darker and much more difficult to spot: human trafficking. According to the 2019 annual report of South Carolina’s Human Trafficking Task Force, there was a significant increase in cases in South Carolina last year. Hitting even closer to …

New Year, New View: Getting Ready for 2020

Rosen Hagood
Rosen Hagood December 31, 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, and 2020 enters the picture, the flipping of the page on the calendar is a good reminder that there may be some legal issues that merit your attention in the new year. Those things you may have lacked the time to review in the rush of the day-to-day are …

Attorneys’ Fees and Success in Trust Disputes

Daniel “Frank” Blanchard, III December 18, 2019

One of the inevitable, but regrettable, realities of trust and estate law is disputes. Ideally, these can be resolved by discussion and compromise. When they can’t, they often wind up in court, which means engaging counsel, litigation, and ultimately, legal fees. Who pays those fees? Consider the not-uncommon scenario in which one trustee decides to …

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