Sowell Gray named top litigation firm; 5 members included in 2015 Super Lawyers Business Edition

COLUMBIA, SC – Super Lawyers Magazine has named Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, as a top litigation firm in South Carolina and recognized five members of the firm for inclusion in its 2015 Business Edition. The annual publication serves as a resource for business executives and in-house counsel across the United States and London. […]

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Sowell Gray included in 2016 edition of Best Law Firms

Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC has been ranked among the nation’s most prominent law firms in key practice areas by U.S. News – Best Lawyers, a publication that recognizes the top practices in the nation. Sowell Gray was recognized as a Tier One law firm in the areas of: commercial litigation; insurance law; personal […]

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Sowell Gray’s Appellate Advocacy Group Devotes Significant Time to Pro Bono Appellate Matters

By Beth Burke Richardson Seven members of Sowell Gray’s appellate advocacy group devoted more than 870 hours (or approximately 22 forty-hour work weeks) to pro bono appellate work in the last two years.  Through both service on the South Carolina Appellate Practice Project and appointment by the Discretionary Panel of the United States Court of […]

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Four Sowell Gray attorneys highlighted in Benchmark Litigation

Benchmark Litigation, a definitive guide to the country’s leading lawyers and firms, has named Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, one of the top litigation firms in South Carolina. Additionally, the guide has named individual Sowell Gray members Biff Sowell, Bobby Stepp and Betsy Gray as local “Litigation Stars” and member Amy Hill as a […]

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When Are Flawed Elections Voidable?

When are election irregularities so substantial as to void election results? That was the question before the Kentucky Court of Appeals in Adair County Board of Elections v. Arnold, No. 2015-CA-000661-MR, 2015 WL 5308132 (Ky. App. 2015). In Adair, Ben Arnold, an unsuccessful write-in candidate for mayor, and two voters, brought suit against the Adair […]

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