Areas of Practice
The Administrative and Regulatory Law Practice Group at Young Clement Rivers, LLP consists of skilled attorneys with a deep and exceptionally diverse range of experience. They represent clients before federal, state, and local agencies, regulatory boards, and commissions.
The group has extensive and specific experience in matters related to:
The group has a particular focus in the area of insurance regulatory matters, including:
With offices in Columbia and Charleston, the practice group is able to provide thorough statewide coverage to clients, while also maintaining a strong presence in the local Charleston community. The firm is known and respected in Charleston’s business community and has extensive experience working with and appearing before city and county boards and commissions on such issues as zoning, business licensing, and tax matters.
The group’s attorneys are experienced administrative law litigators who possess extensive knowledge of state government. They have built a strong reputation in South Carolina that allows the firm to effectively represent the interests of its clients.
Group chair Michael Molony was instrumental in helping to establish the South Carolina Administrative Law Court and the South Carolina Captive Insurance Program. He serves on the Administrative Law Council and is a Special Advisor to the Department of Insurance on captive matters. The Chief Justice of South Carolina’s Supreme Court also appointed Michael to the Judicial Counsel.
Young Clement Rivers, LLP lawyers represent clients in most sectors of the state’s economy, including:
The group often practices in close cooperation with the Commercial Transactions Practice Group to successfully counsel companies seeking to do business in South Carolina on a myriad of issues from formation to taxation to zoning questions.
The group’s attorneys also have extensive experience in the state’s appellate courts and may associate with members of the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Appeals Practice Group to seamlessly handle appeals.
In addition to their extensive litigation skills, the group frequently uses alternative forms of dispute resolution, including negotiation, mediation, and arbitration, to help clients efficiently and effectively resolve disputes.