Collins & Lacy Welcomes Kelsey Brudvig


[COLUMBIA, S.C. – April 18, 2016]Collins & Lacy, P.C. is pleased to announce Kelsey Brudvig has joined the firm’s Columbia office as an associate practicing in the areas of retail & hospitality law and professional liability defense.

Brudvig’s experience includes serving as a staff attorney for the South Carolina Supreme Court, where she had the opportunity to become familiar with a vast array of issues arising in civil and criminal appeals. At Collins & Lacy, Brudvig will be defending national and regional leaders in retail, hospitality, and entertainment sectors doing business in the Palmetto State in claims involving liability, loss prevention, food adulteration, third party torts, and alcohol liability. She also represents healthcare providers, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, financial and investment advisors, attorneys, insurance brokers and agents in professional liability litigation.

“Our Retail & Hospitality team is growing, and we are proud to include Kelsey as being a part of it,” said Christian Stegmaier, chair of the group and member of the firm’s management committee. “We know she will represent the firm well when it comes to taking care of our clients’ needs and being a team player where it counts the most.”

Brudvig attended the University of Kentucky for her undergraduate degree in Business Marketing and Management and received her Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from the Charleston School of Law.

“Representing the businesses of this state and obtaining a favorable outcome is a continuous goal of mine,” said Brudvig. “The opportunity of working at Collins & Lacy is a perfect conduit to do just that.”

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.