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Giving back to children in need

20 Years Strong Service Project: Attorney Will Jordan An afternoon at Town Theatre for the Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter residents. Why did you choose this project? Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter is a safe haven for abused and neglected children and homeless teens throughout the state of South Carolina. They provide a safe and nurturing environment […]

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Tina Cundari named a 2016 Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year by the South Carolina Bar

Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC is pleased to announce that Tina Cundari was named a 2016 Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year by the South Carolina Bar. The award was presented at the South Carolina House of Delegates meeting on Thursday, May 19, at the Bar Conference Center.

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Utah and the “No Other Lawyer” Requirement for Causation

By Will Jordan We’ve been dilatory in our blogging efforts lately. The blogging grind can be taxing. Other commitments get in the way. You know the drill. We know, “[R]ule number 76. No excuses. Play like a champion.” We’re back and we’ll try to be better. Today’s dose of legal malpractice news comes out of […]

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Join Alexis Lindsay in helping Dress For Success Columbia

During the month of May, Alexis will be hosting a clothing drive for Dress For Success Columbia. Will you please help her by donating your gently used, professional attire? Women’s items needed: *Business-appropriate apparel *nearly-new suits *shoes *handbags *jewelry *monetary donations Donations can be dropped off at the front desk of Sowell Gray located at […]

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Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Legislative Redistricting; Maintains Status Quo for Redistricting

By Rob Tyson On April 20, the US Supreme Court held in Harris v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission that Arizona’s legislative redistricting plan with an 8.8% deviation[1] did not violate the 14th Amendment.  Justice Breyer delivered the opinion for a unanimous court. In Harris, the plaintiffs claimed the independent commission which drew the plan, had […]

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