- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Business Disputes
- Catastrophic Injury
- Products Liability
- International Law and Services
- Truck Accident Defense
|University ||University of South Carolina, B.A., 1975|
|Law School||University of South Carolina, J.D., 1977|
|Admitted||1978, South Carolina; U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court|
Civic & Professional MembershipsSouth Carolina Bar - Past President; Former Member, Board of Governors
•South Carolina Judicial Council, Appointed by South Carolina Chief Justice Toal
•Honorary Consul, North and South Carolina for the Kingdom of Denmark
•Chief Justice's Commission on The Profession, Appointed by South Carolina Chief Justice Toal
•American Bar Association, Former State Bar Delegate for South Carolina
•University of South Carolina Law School Partnership Board - Board Member
•American Board of Trial Advocates - Advocate, Lowcountry Chapter
•Historic Charleston Foundation - Immediate Past President
•American Law Firm Association ALFA International - Former Chair
•Town of Sullivan's Island, SC - Former Corporate Counsel
•Charleston Day School - Former Board of Trustees Chair
•Pilotage Commission For the Port of Charleston, Former Chair (Gubernatorial Appointment)
•Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel
•Southern Conference of Bar Presidents, Former Chair
•Litigation Counsel of America
•Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference, Member
•Charleston County Bar Association
•Defense Research Institute
•Federal Court Approved Mediator, United States District Court for South Carolina
•Historic Charleston Foundation, President
•South Carolina Bar
•South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys Association
•Senior Warden, St. James Goose Creek Historic Church
•Carolina Yacht Club, Past Commodore
Brad Waring is a leader within Nexsen Pruet as well as in South Carolina's legal and business communities. He is a trained trial lawyer whose first jury trial occurred more than thirty-five years ago. Brad is frequently sought as a speaker on trial tactics, professionalism and a variety of other topics.
Brad's litigation practice is concentrated primarily in the civil arena at the state and federal levels. He represents clients in complex commercial litigation including products liability, insurance coverage, business disputes and admiralty. He is also frequently asked by his peers to serve as mediator in a variety of complex cases.
However, the reach of his law practice stretches far outside of courtrooms.Leadership for Nexsen Pruet
Brad is a member of the firm's Board of Directors.
In that position, he is heavily involved with client relations, working to ensure that businesses and professionals receive a high level of service. Additionally, he serves a deputy for the firm's business litigation group and as co-chair of the firm's insurance litigation committee. His leadership is also evident outside of the walls of our law firm.Leadership for the South Carolina Bar
Throughout his career, Brad has held numerous leadership positions within the South Carolina legal community. In 2006, he was installed as President of the South Carolina Bar and has served as a State Bar Delegate to the American Bar Association, as a member of the South Carolina Judicial Council and accepted an invitation to join the prestigious National Center for State Courts' Lawyers Committee.
Brad is at the forefront of efforts to reform judicial funding in the Palmetto State. He works with lawmakers and executives in order to help everyone understand the link between the courts and business. Brad recognizes that the perilous state of judicial funding is a serious threat to the state's economy because businesses rely on a working court system and judicial delays can have tremendous impacts - causing layoffs, downsizings and even closures.Leadership in Economic Development
In recent years, Brad has focused more of his attention on improving South Carolina through economic development.
He works with political and community leaders to attract business and industry expansion. Brad is Honorary Danish Consul for North and South Carolina and in that role he fosters relationships with leaders from Denmark and around the World.Before Nexsen Pruet
Brad Waring's legal career began in 1978 as an associate with Young, Clement Rivers & Tisdale, LLP in Charleston, SC. He was named Partner three years later, but left that firm in 2003 to join Nexsen Pruet.
Recognitions•Best Lawyers in America - Business Litigation since 2005
•South Carolina Super Lawyer - Business Litigation since 2008
•University of South Carolina School of Law - Compleat Lawyer Award, Gold Category, 2005
•South Carolina Lawyers Weekly - Leadership in Law Award, 2010
•Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rated, AV Preeminent
Outside Nexsen Pruet
Brad is a history buff and lifelong sailor. He puts his historical knowledge to good use through service to the Historic Charleston Foundation. And, when he's not working, you will find him on the water, the golf course or riding his tractor on Wadmalaw Island, SC.
Speaking & Writing
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Mr. Waring regularly speaks to legal groups, clients and industry groups on topics related to trial tactics, professionalism, insurance coverage and a variety of other topics.
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