Collins & Lacy Renews Commitment To Downtown Columbia

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 1987, the defense firm has been defending South Carolina businesses and individuals from the top floor of its downtown building.

“Collins & Lacy is growing and hiring top legal talent to best serve our client needs,” stated firm president, Christian Stegmaier. “This has been and will continue to be our headquarters for operations across the state with room for expansion as we continue our growth. We are pleased to renew our commitment to a vibrant downtown Columbia. Colliers has been an important partner to us, and we are delighted this partnership will continue.”

Stegmaier continued, “Our ability to offer flexible work-from-home days keeps us positioned to house all new hires. It’s an exciting time at the firm.”

Commercial real estate firm Colliers South Carolina was delighted to work with the law firm to negotiate a lease deal to keep the law firm at 1330 Lady Street. “The firm’s name and logo are on the building for a reason,” stated Colliers’ Tommy Johnson. “Collins & Lacy is the anchor tenant with almost 35 years of investment in downtown Columbia here at the Capitol Station building. On behalf of building ownership, Colliers is pleased to extend this key relationship with Collins & Lacy for many years to come.”

About Collins & Lacy, P.C.

Collins & Lacy is a statewide business defense firm in South Carolina that delivers legal representation for our clients through solid preparation, execution, and client-oriented service aimed at success. Located in the State’s capital city of Columbia, the firm represents local, regional and national clients in the areas of construction; hospitality/retail and entertainment law; insurance/bad faith; products liability; professional liability; commercial transportation; privacy, data management, and cybersecurity; mediation; criminal defense; and governmental affairs/issue advocacy.