Alternatives to Trials During the COVID Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic temporarily changed the way we do many things, like shopping, working, and doing business. The courts got caught in the crosshairs of the situation because people have legal rights, and those rights sometimes clashed with the public health emergency. Some cases get automatically dismissed if not resolved within 365 days of filing. […]

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How Safe Are Motor Scooters in South Carolina?

Anybody that has recently had to fill up their car with gas may have balked at the price they paid. Many of us have started to dream of the freedom and price tag that a motor scooter could offer for our regular commuting. From our perspective as South Carolina motor scooter accident attorneys, we want […]

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business incorporations

Where Should You Incorporate Your Business?

You should incorporate your company in a state where you do business and where the advantages of incorporating in that state outweigh any disadvantages. If you have a start-up venture, you will likely find South Carolina to be friendly toward businesses. A South Carolina business attorney can provide guidance on where you should incorporate your […]

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What Is an Expert Witness?

An expert witness is a person who has special knowledge and skills in a particular field, such as medical science, engineering, or accounting. A South Carolina personal injury lawyer will often hire experts to testify on behalf of their clients in court. An expert witness can be any professional that provides information, expertise, or opinion […]

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FMLA

4 Things Every Employer Should Know About FMLA

All South Carolina employers who have at least 50 employees for at least 20 weeks this year or last year have to follow the federal Family Leave and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some employers are eligible for financial assistance from the federal government if they pay wages to employees for […]

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Is It Okay to Hire Your Client’s Employee?

It can be challenging to find the right candidate for a job. There could be a very small pool of qualified individuals in the area with the requirements and experience to handle the job. Some companies are tempted to hire employees who might be working for their clients or customers. Before you hire one of […]

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