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Jan. 16 2020

Bayne Joins American Board of Trial Advocates

COLUMBIA, SC – Attorney Brett Bayne, in MGC’s Columbia office, has joined the American Board of Trial Advocates’ South Carolina chapter. ABOTA is an invitation-only organization and requires its members to have at least five years of active experience as a trial lawyer, have tried at least 10 civil jury trials to conclusion and possess […]

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Jan. 15 2020

Bishop and Connor Recognized as Certified Litigation Management Professionals

COLUMBIA, SC – Attorney Emily Bishop in MGC’s Richmond office and attorney Heather Connor in MGC’s Charlotte office were recently recognized as Certified Litigation Management Professionals by the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance. The CLMP designation is the first certification program specifically designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the business of litigation management.

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Jan. 14 2020

Grove Elected Treasurer of Greenville Bar

GREENVILLE, SC – Attorney Katie Grove in MGC’s Greenville office was named treasurer of the Greenville County Bar Association and will serve as one of the four officials elected into office for 2020. From 2016 to 2019, she served as the membership committee chair. Grove is also a member of the South Carolina Bar Association, […]

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Jan. 7 2020

Moser Elected Vice-President of Kids’ Chance of South Carolina

COLUMBIA, SC – Attorney Matt Moser in MGC’s Columbia office was recently elected vice-president of Kids’ Chance of South Carolina. The Kids’ Chance of South Carolina Board of Directors, comprised of volunteers representing various industries, provides guidance and oversight on all levels of organizational activity.

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Dec. 16 2019

Tennessee Litigation Update: “Party In Interest” and Declaratory Judgment

On October 16, 2019, the Tennessee Supreme Court filed the opinion of Tennessee Farmers Mutual Ins. V. DeBruce.[i]  The Court addressed the issue of whether a claimant was entitled to participate in a declaratory judgment action brought by the insurance company against an insured to challenge coverage in a pending tort suit. The claimant had […]

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