Wilbur E. Johnson was recently re-elected to serve a second term as a Director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Mr. Johnson also serves as Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Richmond Bank.
Carol Ervin was selected as a 2013 Top Rated Lawyer on behalf of American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell™, and she will be one of the featured "Women Leaders in the Law" in the January Issue of The American Lawyer magazine and in the National Law Journal and Corporate Counsel magazine.
The Circuit Court recently granted Summary Judgment for a firm client in a complex negligent supervision and repressed memory case defended and argued by Brian Quisenberry.
Carol Ervin has been selected by her peers for inclusion in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers is the oldest peer-review publication in the legal profession, ranking lawyers with outstanding professional abilities recognized by a consensus of their colleagues within the same legal practice area and geographical region.
Wilbur Johnson was recently elected to serve a three year term on the Board of Directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.
Carol B. Ervin, a partner in the Charleston law firm Young Clement Rivers, LLP, has been elected to the Board of Directors of ALFA International, Global Legal Network, Inc., and named Vice Chair of the organization. ALFA International is a global network of independent business focused law firms. Founded in 1980, ALFA International is the oldest legal network and remains one of the largest and strongest. The ALFA organization is comprised of 145 member firms with 85 members in the United States and 60 members in South and Latin America, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Africa, Australia/New Zealand and throughout Asia. The ALFA reach is a broad one. In the United States, ALFA member firms maintain offices in 95 of the 100 largest metropolitan areas.
Federal district Judge Matthew Perry has certified a question to the South Carolina Supreme Court in a case Carol Ervin and Brian Quisenberry are handling.
Partner Carol Ervin and associate Brian Quisenberry recently secured a ruling from the South Carolina Supreme Court in favor of the Fairfield County School District on a certified question from the United States District Court. The South Carolina Supreme Court’s opinion overturns the Court’s prior case law regarding the tenure rights of school district administrators. The favorable result provides all school districts in South Carolina with additional flexibility in making administrative employment decisions.
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