Nexsen Pruet, LLC
Charleston, South Carolina OfficeView all offices
205 King Street, Suite 400
Charleston, South Carolina
(Berkeley & Charleston Cos.)
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About this office:
Nexsen Pruet is the Carolinas Law Firm. With 8 offices in North and South Carolina, Nexsen Pruet attorneys can, and do, handle a broad range of legal needs for those doing business in the Carolinas. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in state and federal courts and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The firm's website is www.nexsenpruet.com.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Mergers And Acquisitions; Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Antitrust; Appellate Practice; Arbitration; Bankruptcy; Business Law; Collections; Construction Law; Commercial Law; Commercial Real Estate; Computers; Contracts; Copyrights; Corporate Law; Creditor-Debtor Rights; Disabilities; Domestic Relations; Economic Development; Education Law; Election Law; Eminent Domain Employee Benefits Law; Employment Law; Environmental Law; Estate Planning; Family Law; Fidelity Law; Finance; Governmental Representation; Health Care; Hospital Law; Immigration Law; Insurance Law; Insurance Defense; Intellectual Property; International Law; Internet Law; Investments; Labor Law; Land Use; Leasing; Litigation; Maritime Law; Mediation; Immigration And Naturalization; Partnership Law; Patents; Personal Injury; Probate; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Public Contracts; Public Finance; Real Estate; Real Estate Planning; Regulatory Law; Securities; Surety Law; Taxation; Technology Law; Torts; Trade Regulation; Trade Secrets; Trademarks; Transportation; Trusts; Utility Law; Wills; Workers' Compensation; Zoning Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
New Harassment and Retaliation Standard in Fourth Circuit
Michael P. Scott, June 26, 2015
Last month, in Boyer-Liberto v. Fontainebleau Corp., No. 13-1473 (4th Cir. May 7, 2015), the federal Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, which includes North and South Carolina, articulated a new standard for analyzing claims of hostile work environment and retaliation under Title VII. For...
Premises Liability 101: Business Owner Liability for Crimes on Their Property
Paul Dominick,Ed Hughes, October 6, 2014
The legal theory of premises liability holds property owners responsible for accidents and injuries that occur on their property. The law in this area is highly developed and can differ from state to state. Premises liability claims are wide ranging - from slip-and-fall accidents to intentional...
Year Established: 1945
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