Young Clement Rivers, LLP Charleston, South Carolina Office Profile
|Young Clement Rivers, LLP |
|Charleston, South Carolina|
|(Berkeley & Charleston Cos.)|
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About this office:
Young Clement Rivers, LLP is a regional civil litigation and commercial law practice, based in Charleston, South Carolina, representing local, regional and national clients. The firm's primary areas of practice are insurance defense, complex civil litigation and a full range of commercial and business law.
The firm is organized into practice groups, which permits attorneys to concentrate their practice on selected areas of law, providing clients with a high level of expertise. This structure enables the most knowledgeable lawyer to address a client's specific needs in the most effective and efficient manner. Attorneys are licensed to practice law in South Carolina, North Carolina, California, District of Columbia, Georgia, Maryland and Ohio, and all take a professional leadership role in local, state and national bar associations and other organizations relevant to their specific area of practice.
Young Clement Rivers, LLP was founded on July 1, 1965 as a successor to the law firm of Hagood, Rivers & Young which was established in 1915. The firm's roots and history of service to clients from its Broad Street offices trace back to the 1800's, when ancestors of Joseph R. Young and G. L. Buist Rivers, Jr., two of the founding partners, began practicing law.
Administrative, Regulatory and Governmental Affairs, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Real Estate, Commercial Transactions, Construction Law, Employment and Labor Law, Health Care, Insurance Coverage, Maritime Law, Products Liability, Professional Liability, Retail Liability, Special Task Litigation, Tax, Estate Planning and Probate, Trucking and Transportation, and Workers' Compensation.
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