The Consequences of Playing Games in Discovery

The Consequences of Playing Games in Discovery

In Charleston and elsewhere, if you’re a lawyer who handles personal injury claims, family court cases, or other types of litigation, then you deal with discovery in these lawsuits. In a civil lawsuit between two businesses that I’ve been handling for the...
Negotiation Strategies for Settlement Agreements in South Carolina

Negotiation Strategies for Settlement Agreements in South Carolina

Life is a process of negotiation. Outside of a courtroom, we negotiate everything including the cars and homes we buy, our jobs and wages, where our families will vacation next year, and who gets to hold the TV remote control this evening. These negotiations, big and...
How to Prepare for Court in South Carolina

How to Prepare for Court in South Carolina

As attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, we write many articles about the law concerning personal injury claims, criminal defense, family court, and so many other legal topics. However, it occurs to us that sometimes we may overlook the “basics.” One of these...
What to Do If You Receive a Deposition Notice in South Carolina

What to Do If You Receive a Deposition Notice in South Carolina

As a criminal lawyer in Charleston, SC, we’re involved in depositions in family court cases, personal injury claims, and many more types of cases. In a previous post, “Surviving a Deposition – A Witness’s Guide,” we examined how to...
How to Collect Your Legal Fees in South Carolina

How to Collect Your Legal Fees in South Carolina

Oftentimes our lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina are asked if a client  can collect their attorney’s fees if they win their case. In South Carolina, attorney’s fees can only be recovered by contract, statute, or (less commonly) for “equitable...
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