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This month, join us as we commemorate some of our team’s incredible accomplishments in both their personal and professional lives.
While many programs typically highlight the great victories won in the courtroom, Dissecting a Trial Loss focused instead on lessons learned from losing a case at trial—or, in other words, learning lessons the hard way.
Five of our seven attorneys have been named as 2020 Super Lawyers Honorees or Rising Star Honorees, and our founding partner, David Yarborough, has been selected to the Top 10 in Charleston and Top 25 in South Carolina.
Since joining Yarborough Applegate, Lail has helped achieve over $106 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of injured individuals and families and he exclusively represents those harmed by the actions of others.
Yarborough Applegate is pleased to introduce two new attorneys to our firm, Reynolds Blankenship and Perry Buckner.
Yarborough Applegate is excited to welcome its newest attorney, Liam Duffy. The firm first met Liam when he came to work here in 2015 while studying at the Charleston School of Law. After graduating summa cum laude, Liam went on to work for one of Charleston’s top litigation firms where he represented both plaintiffs and […]
In Facts & Findings’ December issue, our paralegal Amy Johnson contributed the article, “Alexa, How Did This Happen” with Vicki L. Casper, a paralegal for the restaurant management company Sizzling Platter, LLC. This fascinating article focuses on the increase in subpoenas for AI devices and data, reminding readers about the volume and depth of information […]
The National Association of Legal Assistants recently published a piece written by our own Laura Butler Peirano in their publication Facts & Findings. In the article, Laura recalls her experience at a county-run methadone clinic and rehabilitation center. There she provided methadone maintenance therapy (MMT) to clients as part of her Masters-level practicum. Later, at Yarborough […]