The ’93 and ’98 Bulls. The ’00s Yankees. The ’02 Lakers. Last month, Yarborough Applegate secured a place in the sports history books among the most esteemed of company: three-peat champs.
Recently, Shene Hawk published an article that lets fellow paralegals in on some of the key trial prep lessons she has learned over the years.
South Carolina Association for Justice’s 2023 Annual Convention brought trial attorneys from across the state together for three days of legal seminars and professional networking on Hilton Head Island.
In the inevitable frenzy leading up to and during trial, paralegals play many important roles—chief among them a critical source of calm in the chaos.
Legislation currently pending before South Carolina’s General Assembly would fundamentally alter our state’s civil justice system and make it harder for innocent victims to pursue justice and be made whole. Our firm is closely watching Senate Bill 533, and in the most recent issue of SCAJ’s Justice Bulletin, Yarborough Applegate attorney Perry Buckner explores what it means for victims.
Just a few months into 2023, our team has already been on the ground at events around the state. Here’s a look at what we’ve been up to.
The seminar was devoted to sharing and collaborating on strategies for discovery, depositions, and trial and included a star-studded lineup of trial lawyers recruited by Duffy from across South Carolina and the country.
We are excited to mark International Women’s Day with a recognition of the women who strengthen the success of our firm each and every day.
As 2022 comes to a close, we are reflecting on the seminal cases and community moments that shaped the last twelve months.
Duffy’s presentation covered our team’s strategic approaches that proved to be difference-makers in a recent workplace injury case.
Duffy’s presentation detailed the ways workers compensation attorneys can push to obtain full justice for their clients by identifying workplace injury cases that involve the negligence of a third-party.
Our very own David Yarborough and Reynolds Blankenship, two of South Carolina’s well-known bad faith plaintiff lawyers, have written the playbook on the subject.