Bluffton, South Carolina Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers
Provence currently serves as the Drug Court Judge for Dorchester County. She has also served as President and Legal Counsel for Dorchester Paws (formerly Francis R. Willis...
With more than 30 years of experience, Killough has participated in prosecuting more than 100 foreign patent applications and has obtained more than 275 United States patents for clients. In addition, he has filed more than 1,000 trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. As a fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, Killough is an experienced litigator.
Killough is certified as a mediator by South Carolina Supreme Court Arbitrator and Mediator Certification Board and prefers to mediate intellectual property disputes and...
Before opening The Law Office of Carolyn M. Bone, LLC in 2014, Ms. Bone was an associate with the Columbia, South Carolina-based Parise Law Firm, P.A., where her practice focused entirely on family law issues. She also served as a volunteer and trainer of new Guardians ad Litem with...
Following law school, Elliotte served as a law clerk for...
He has been recognized annually by Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers and serves as Barnwell Whaley's managing member.
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In the legal community, Cooke has been recognized by his peers as the Super Lawyers number one attorney in South Carolina for the years of 2014, 2015 and 2016 - in 2017 he was named number two, a position he coincidentally holds as the president-elect of the South Carolina Bar Association. Best Lawyers has named him Lawyer of the Year in the areas of arbitration, mediation and bet-the-company litigation.
In his community, Cooke has served as president of the East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club and vice chairman of the Rotary District...
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