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  • Carol Ervin and Brian Quisenberry recently obtained summary judgment in two federal court cases arising out of complex civil rights claims filed against their client.

  • YCRLAW attorneys, Michael A. Molony and T. Douglas Concannon, recently wrote this article entitled Another South Carolina First about South Carolina being the first to license an SPFC.  An SPFC, or Special Purpose Financial Captive, is a captive insurance company formed specifically to reinsure the risk of an affiliate or parent company, usually a life insurance company.  Please contact Michael or Doug with any questions about SPFCs.

  • Paul W. Garfinkel, former OSHA State Judge and Family Court Judge for the 9th Judicial Circuit, has recently been appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives as a member of The South Carolina Council on the Holocaust.  This Council is designed to honor Holocaust survivors as well as to develop an educational program to prevent similar future atrocities.
  • YCRLAW is pleased to announce that Karen Kerrison has been named Partner at our firm.  Karen practices in numerous areas of law, specializing in commercial transactions. Karen has more than 25 years of experience, and we’re excited to add her to our partnership.


  • YCRLAW was pleased to provide the following service awards at our annual holiday lunch this year:  One year service awards were given to Katy Barnes, Jason Daigle, TJ Gross, Gina Locke, Natalie Moss, Audra Shankle, Frank Staiano, and Nina Thomas; Kacey Huff received a five year service award; Amanda DeMato, Brian Quisenberry, and Jeff Wiseman received ten year service awards; fifteen year service awards went to Cy Nordoff, Karen Pratt, and Phyllis Walterhouse; Sally Brennan, Jay Davis and Penny Morris received twenty year service awards; Drake Rogers received a service award for his twenty-five years with YCRLAW; and Linda Brown and Rita Stephens received awards for thirty years of service.

    Thank you to all of our amazing attorneys and staff for your continued hard work for the clients of YCRLAW.

  • F. Drake Rogers recently spoke at the National Disability Conference in Las Vegas.  He spoke on the topic of “Establishing an Employee Focused Workers’ Compensation Program".

  • Ed Buckley and Nick Rivera recently prevailed on a Motion for Summary Judgment on a plaintiff’s strict liability and warranty claims in a tire blowout products liability case.  The judge’s ruling was a significant win for the defense.  Our attorneys’ motion resulted in two important victories for our client:

    1. The Order dismissed the Strict Liability claim because the Plaintiff was not the user or consumer of the vehicle condemning the allegedly defective tire.  Rather, she was travelling in her own vehicle in the opposite direction and was struck by another vehicle that crossed the center line after the blowout.  The Plaintiff died as a result of her injuries.
    2. The Plaintiff abandoned the warranty of merchantability claim at the Summary Judgment Hearing because our attorneys proved conclusively that the sale of the subject vehicle was “as is” without any warranties.  None of the paperwork contained any warranty disclaimers, but the UCC allows exclusion of warranties in transactions between “merchants” through usage of trade. The vehicle and it's allegedly defective tire had been obtained by our client in trade and was wholesaled to a local used car dealer who testified that all such wholesale dealer to dealer sales are "AS IS" whether or not warranties are disclaimed in writing.
  • YCRLAW is honored to announce that the law firm has received a Tier 1 Ranking in the 2016 Edition of U.S. News - Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms". This Tier 1 ranking was determined from the firm's overall evaluation, which was derived from a combination of factors including clients feedback and the high regard that lawyers in other firms in the same practice area have for the firm.

  • When he is not practicing law, Michael Molony presides as a judge over Charleston’s livability court, which is designed to address things like noise violations that threaten the charm of our great city.  Michael helped create this court in 2002, and now Florence has adopted this same model.  Michael discussed the livability court in the ABA Journal released this month.  To read the article and learn more about the livability court, click here.

  • YCRLAW continues to celebrate 50 years of service this year.  To view this year’s firm brochure, which includes our 50th anniversary video and personal bios on each of our attorneys, click here.

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Employment Lawyers Win Summary Judgment

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