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What You Need To Know About Brain Injuries and the COVID-19 Vaccine

Andrew D. Gowdown March 16, 2021

In our continuing series focusing on Brain Injury Awareness Month, we are sharing some medical guidance recently issued by the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) concerning COVID-19 vaccinations of individuals with brain injuries. As COVID-19 cases continue to persist throughout the country, the BIAA strongly suggests that individuals with brain injuries get the COVID-19 …

Remembering Macon Bolling Allen’s Contributions To The Charleston Bar

Rosen Hagood
Rosen Hagood February 16, 2021

February is Black History Month, and Rosen Hagood recognizes and celebrates the many contributions African Americans have made in the world of the law. We begin our first in a series of articles that take a closer look at these achievements by remembering Macon Bolling Allen and his legal legacy here in Charleston. When Allen …

Preservation of Lien Rights

Timothy J.W. Muller February 3, 2021

Distilled down to its absolute essentials, a mechanic’s lien is a way for tradespeople to make sure they get paid for their work. As straightforward as this seems, the purpose and operation of mechanic’s liens (also known as a construction lien, a materialman’s lien, a supplier’s lien, or a laborer’s lien) is often confusing to …

The Defense of Time Limitations in Construction Defect Cases

Elizabeth F. Nicholson January 20, 2021

Potential liability of contractors for construction defects does not end upon the completion of a project. A contractor’s risk of liability for construction defects is determined by two types of defenses with different time limitations: statutes of limitations and a statute of repose. Statutes of limitations set the time limit for when a party has …

What’s Next for the S.C. Heritage Act?

Rosen Hagood
Rosen Hagood July 16, 2020

On May 18, 2000, the S.C. Heritage Act was signed into law. The Act states that no monuments or memorials erected on public property of the state from certain historical wars be relocated, removed, disturbed or altered. Further, any street, bridge, structure, park, preserve, reserve, or other public area of the state dedicated in memory …

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