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We’re thrilled to share the news of a jury verdict reached last week on behalf of a Summerville veterinarian. Congratulations to another job well done by our attorneys Douglas Jennings and David Lail. Read on for full details. Nearly three years ago, a visibly dead pine tree fell from the lawn of a tenant-occupied property […]
Yarborough Applegate is thrilled to announce the promotion of its longtime Associate Attorney Douglas Jennings to Partner, alongside the firm’s founders William Applegate and David Yarborough. Jennings joined the Yarborough Applegate team in 2010 – not long after the firm’s founding – and has had an incredible impact on both his clients, and the firm. […]
Yarborough Applegate attorney David Lail and paralegal Amy Johnson recently presented at The National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA), the leading paralegal association in the U.S. Their webinar, Dram Shop/Liquor Liability Litigation, is the second of two webinars they’ve presented over the past year. During the presentation, Lail and Johnson guided attendees through the process […]
Photo of attorney Chris Bryant and paralegal Amy Johnson with Tricounty Family Ministries staff. Yarborough Applegate was proud to be one of the sponsors of the first annual Tricounty Family Ministries “Helping Families In A Pickle” Luncheon at Charlestowne Landing on November 5. As a faith-based, non-profit providing food, clothing, medical care, counseling, job placement, […]
In the November/December 2017 issue of The National Association of Legal Assistant’s Facts & Findings (F&F) magazine, our own Office Manager Laura Peirano, shares tips on gathering expenses after a case settles. We think it’s required reading for any business manager, legal secretary, or administrative assistant juggling an array of invoices, filing fees, and administrative […]
Yarborough Applegate attorneys have a passion for sharing their expertise with the larger law community. Our own Chris Bryant shares his insights on making better motions in limine in the November issue of Trial magazine. Chris writes: …by not thinking about motions in limine until the last minute, we miss opportunities to strengthen our cases. […]