Philip S. Coury has joined Collins & Lacy’s Columbia office as an associate in the Trucking/Transportation and Construction practice groups.
Located a block away from South Carolina’s Supreme Court, in the shadow of the State House, and just blocks from Richland County Circuit Court, South Carolina law firm, Collins & Lacy, P.C., has renewed its decades-long commitment to downtown Columbia. The firm has renewed its lease at the six-story Capitol Station on Lady Street. Since… Continue Reading
By Andrew Smith Listen to the podcast here to hear Collins and Lacy Attorney Andrew Smith discuss this topic with his special guest, Josh Rainwater, owner of Transmission Arcade in Columbia, SC. It has been nearly a century since coin-operated pinball machines were first manufactured in the early 1930’s. Nearly forty years before Pete Townshend of The… Continue Reading
Andrew T. Smith has joined Collins & Lacy’s Columbia office as an associate in the Retail & Hospitality practice group.
If you have been watching the news recently, you are probably tired of hearing about the Depp v. Heard case. On the other hand, watching attorneys make fools of themselves can be quite entertaining. However, when your attorney publicizes accusatory statements regarding your case, you should be concerned.
The jury in the highly publicized Depp v. Heard case found Depp liable for a two-million-dollar judgment as a result of the following defamatory statement made by Depp’s former attorney, Adam Waldman…
Jacob A. Flowers has joined Collins & Lacy’s Columbia office as an associate in the Construction and Transportation practice groups. Flowers received his Bachelor’s in Business Administration in Finance from The College of William and Mary and his Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law. At USC’s School of Law, Jacob… Continue Reading
Recorded LIVE from the 2022 South Carolina Trucking Association Annual Meeting, Collins & Lacy trucking defense attorney, Robert Peele, speaks with John Dever of Assured Partners. Rob and John discuss the trend of more trucking companies forming captive insurance agencies to, often, reduce insurance costs. Listen here.
South Carolina healthcare professionals who meet criteria for a substance use disorder or a mental health or behavioral condition which potentially impairs their ability to safely practice can risk losing their professional license and their livelihood. The Recovering Professional Program (RPP) helps to facilitate safe continued practice, or an efficient and safe return to practice,… Continue Reading
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the U.S., despite COVID-19’s deadly impact. Furthermore, according to the American Heart Association, over 350,000 cardiac arrests occur outside the hospital each year and roughly 90% of them result in death. Unlike other illnesses, heart disease symptoms… Continue Reading
Henry D. McMaster, Jr. has joined Collins & Lacy’s Columbia office as an associate in the Retail & Hospitality practice group. A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Henry graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2010, receiving his bachelor’s degree in English. He then worked in Washington, D.C. in the Office of U.S. Senator… Continue Reading