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  • David (Josh) Crowfoot was sworn in as a member of the Georgia Bar on Friday, December 5.  As the real estate and business needs of our clients expand, YCRLAW attorneys are doing what we can to meet those needs.

  • Carol Ervin and Brian Quisenberry recently obtained dismissal of a defamation claim brought against their client in federal court.  Carol and Brian successfully argued that their client’s alleged statements were protected opinion statements under the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.   The Federal Court dismissed the claim against their client with prejudice.

    Carol Ervin and Brian Quisenberry recently obtained dismissal of a claim brought against their client for an alleged failure to accommodate under the Americans with Disabilities Act.  The federal court dismissed the claim with prejudice ending the lawsuit against their client.

  • YCRLAW is honored to announce that the law firm has received a Tier 1 Ranking in the 2015 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.

  • Joe DaPore has been re-elected to the South Carolina Legislative Action Committee for the South Carolina Chapter of Community Associations Institute ( CAI ). The election took place at the Myrtle Beach South Carolina Annual Conference in September. Joe also helped draft the new Managers Certification proposed bill, which will be introduced in the next Legislative session.

  • As we previously announced, YCRLAW lawyers Catherine H. Chase and Leslie M. Whitten are President and Secretary of the Charleston Chapter of Ellevate.  The Charleston Chapter hosted its official launch on Friday, September 12 and was a resounding success with a sold out group consisting of many well known Charleston businesswomen. 

    Ellevate, formerly 85 Broads, is a global networking organization for businesswomen led by Charleston native Sallie Krawcheck.  Ms. Krawcheck was in attendance and spoke at the launch.  For more information on this organization please visit Ellevate's website or contact Catherine or Leslie.

         

  • Brian Quisenberry was elected President of the South Carolina Chapter of the Federal Bar Association at its annual meeting held on Friday, September 5, 2014, at the Francis Marion Hotel.  Brian is a partner at YCRLAW and practices primarily in the Employment and Labor Practice Group
  • Jay Davis has been asked to serve as panelist at the Charleston County Medical Society and Charleston County Bar Association's joint Panel on “Anatomy of a Lawsuit: Reasons Doctors and their practices get sued” to be held on September 25, 2014 in Charleston.
  • YCRLAW is pleased to announce that William J. Bates, C. Michael Branham, Carol B. Ervin, Wallace G. Holland, Wilbur E. Johnson, Michael A. Molony, and F. Drake Rogers have been chosen for inclusion in 21st Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Selection to Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey comprising more than three million confidential evaluations by top attorneys.

  • YCR is pleased to announce that Catherine H. Chase and Leslie M. Whitten are President and Secretary, respectively, of the Charleston chapter of Ellevate, formerly 85 Broads, which is a global networking organization for businesswomen owned by Charleston native Sallie Krawcheck.  Ms. Krawcheck and Ms. Chase were recently quoted in the Post and Courier discussing the chapter in two recent articles

  • Joe Tierney and Christine Toporek spoke on a panel for Mitigating Your Liability Risks for the South Carolina Hospital Association in Columbia, South Carolina on June 13, 2014.

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Crowfoot Passes GA Bar

David (Josh) Crowfoot was sworn in as a member of the Georgia Bar on Friday, December 5. Continue Reading »

Employment Group Dismissals

Carol Ervin and Brian Quisenberry recently obtained dismissals in two cases. Continue Reading »