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The Intersection of Pop Culture and Legal Malpractice

By Will Jordan It isn’t often that pop culture and the world of legal malpractice intersect. Naturally, when they do, we can’t help but blog about it. “Real Housewife of New Jersey” Teresa Giudice, who is currently serving a fifteen-month prison sentence after pleading guilty to fraud charges relating to her bankruptcy filing, is suing […]

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8 from Sowell Gray included in 2016 Best Lawyers in America, including 2 Lawyers of the Year

COLUMBIA, SC – Two members of Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, Betsy Gray and Becky Laffitte have been honored as 2016 Lawyers of the Year while six of their colleagues at the firm were also recognized in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. The national publication places the Sowell Gray members […]

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I Learned Something Today

Earlier this week, my “Word for the Day” was psephology.  Dictionary.com frequently posts a word in its Word for the Day, and this is one that I am not familiar. However, psephology is a word that I figured I might have seen somewhere, but I cannot make such a statement with certainty.  It is a […]

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Cal Watson invited to join the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance

Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC is pleased to announce that Cal Watson has been invited to join the prestigious Claims and Litigation Management Alliance. The CLM is a nonpartisan alliance comprised of thousands of insurance companies, corporations, Corporate Counsel, Litigation and Risk Managers, claims professionals and attorneys. Through education and collaboration the organization’s goals […]

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The Meaning of “One Person, One Vote” to be Decided by the Supreme Court (Finally)

Attached is an interesting blog post by Lyle Denniston[1] about two redistricting cases the United States Supreme Court will hear in its Fall Term.[2] One case, arising out of Texas, will answer what population measure should be used—total population, total citizen voting age, total registered voters in a state—to ensure “one person, one vote” principle […]

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