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South Carolina’s Employment Laws

What is Harassment in the Workplace in South Carolina?

Everyone deserves the right to a safe and productive work environment. You should never feel threatened, intimidated, or offended at a place you are obliged to spend time just because you need to earn a living. And when you are the victim of a negative workplace...

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The Process of Discovery in a South Carolina Lawsuit

Our trial lawyers at Futeral & Nelson are regularly involved in both circuit court (civil court) and family court lawsuits. In nearly every case, it is important to make sure we have the evidence necessary to prove or defend our case in the event it doesn’t settle...

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What is Pregnancy Discrimination in South Carolina?

As an employment law attorney in Charleston, South Carolina, I’ve represented pregnant women who’ve been discriminated against by employers. Even in today’s modern workplace, pregnancy discrimination still exists. That is why, in 2014, the Equal Employment Opportunity...

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How Should Lawyers Handle Conflict with Other Lawyers?

I have an expression - “Good lawyers don’t just try cases; they try to resolve them.” Why do I mean by that? I mean that good try to find a resolution that minimizes their client’s attorney fees, reduces their client’s exposure in court, and resolves their client’s...

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The Consequences of Playing Games in Discovery

In Charleston and elsewhere, if you're a lawyer who handles personal injury claims, family court cases, or other types of litigation, then you deal with discovery in these lawsuits. In a civil lawsuit between two businesses that I've been handling for the past few...

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How to Prepare for Court in South Carolina

As attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, we write many articles about the law concerning personal injury claims, criminal defense, family court, and so many other legal topics. However, it occurs to us that sometimes we may overlook the “basics.” One of these...

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How to Collect Your Legal Fees in South Carolina

Oftentimes our lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina are asked if a client  can collect their attorney's fees if they win their case. In South Carolina, attorney’s fees can only be recovered by contract, statute, or (less commonly) for "equitable indemnification." For...

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