Published: July 25, 2013
For a long time now, the ampersand has served as the go-to symbol for linking a law firm’s name partners, but that time-honored standby is being usurped by what some say is a hipper icon.
A South Carolina lawyer has negotiated a $9.9 million settlement for a client who was injured on an amusement ride last summer.
An obscure North Carolina Rule of Professional Conduct says attorneys and law firms have to include their office address on advertising, but what does a virtual lawyer do? And what about those pens, key chains and other items lawyers like to hand out to clients?
A 41-year-old North Carolina man who was looking forward to the birth of his first child when he was involved in a traffic crash that left him paralyzed and unable to breathe on his own has settled a personal injury lawsuit for $13 million.
After a relatively minor tax mistake triggered a series of increasingly bitter and bizarre spats between a South Carolina pastor and the church he led for 18 years, a jury ultimately awarded him a six-figure verdict for his suffering.
A pair of South Carolina attorneys recently won millions in a personal injury case after rejecting a low ball settlement offer and overcoming a lack of medical evidence to prove the cause of their client’s life-altering disability.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has signed a new tort reform law that caps punitive damages.
When Stephen C. Haglund proposed to his wife, he flipped open a pack of Marlboro cigarettes to reveal the engagement ring. He thought nothing of trudging through a New England blizzard just to buy smokes. And he kept on puffing even after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.
A pair of attorneys who failed to persuade a jury that building code violations at a Boston bar resulted in a college student’s fatal fall down a staircase still managed to walk out of court with a $6.7 million award.