- Charles L. Appleby IV
- William A. Bryan Jr.
- Joel W. Collins Jr.
- J. Bennett Crites III
- Joseph S. McCue
- Christian Stegmaier
Restaurants and clubs rely on their reputations to attract patrons. Accordingly, these entities are concerned with protecting their reputations, assets and patrons' goodwill. Lawsuits such as food adulteration claims, premises matters and tortious conduct by a third party can be damaging to that reputation and may lead to an unfavorable perception in the business community if the case is not managed properly.
Collins & Lacy effectively addresses these primary concerns and has represented numerous hospitality-related clients, providing court representation and mediation advocacy in tort/negligence actions. The Collins & Lacy Retail / Hospitality / Entertainment Law Practice Group provides vigilant representation in these fast evolving areas of law.
To learn more about legal issues in the hospitality realm, follow South Carolina Retail & Hospitality Law Blog, written by Collins & Lacy Retail / Hospitality / Entertainment Law Practice Group Chair Christian Stegmaier.