Dr. Shirley Vickery, Chair of the SC Board of Examiners for Psychology, talks with Collins & Lacy professional liability practice group chairperson, Robert Peele. This wide-ranging conversation focuses primarily on legal and ethical considerations for practicing as a psychologist in the State of South Carolina and the role of the South Carolina Labor Licensing and… Continue Reading
Collins & Lacy Trucking Practice Group attorney Charles Kinney talks with Michael Burney about the importance of having a relationship with a legal defense firm that utilizes an established, comprehensive accident response protocol. Michael Burney: What should you look for in your defense counsel and what are some of the brief recommendations for evidence collection… Continue Reading
On today’s podcast episode: an effective and thorough investigation is the first line of defense in any premises liability case. Learn more from Collins & Lacy attorney, Amy Neuschafer in this episode of The Legal Bench.
On this episode of The Legal Bench: As the United States inaugurates its 46th president, we talk with one of the founders of Collins & Lacy law firm who teaches a course on the constitution. How did the Constitutional Convention of 1787 lead to the presidency? Learn more in today’s episode.
Are you a landlord or property manager who wants to stay true to the most-current laws regarding evictions? Learn more in this episode of The Legal Bench.
On today’s episode of The Legal Bench: If you are in a profession licensed by one of the more than 40 boards with the South Carolina Labor & Licensing Regulation, and you receive a complaint against your license, attorney Robert Peele has important information for you in today’s podcast episode.
Can South Carolina businesses require employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 and would it likely stand the legal test. Learn more on this episode of The Legal Bench.
On today’s episode of The Legal Bench, South Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice, Donald Beatty, issues an order suspending all jury trials in the state indefinitely. Learn more here.
On today’s episode of The Legal Bench, what should be the considerations for Insurers and Corporate Defendants as jury trials resume and many plaintiff lawyers may utilize “Reptile Theory” concepts during litigation? Listen to the podcast here.
Today on The Legal Bench, we are examining the recent arguments in the South Carolina Supreme Court involving the issue of immediate appealability of discovery orders issued by a circuit judge. Our guest is Collins & Lacy attorney and shareholder, Christian Stegmaier. Listen to the podcast here.