George W. Redman

George W. Redman: Attorney with The Bellamy Law Firm
Attorney Awards

Biography

Order of the Wig and Robe; Moot Court Board. Recipient, CALI Awards in Estate Planning and English Legal History. Articles Editor, American Bar Association Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal.

Areas of Practice (15)

  • Appellate Practice
  • Civil Litigation
  • Collections
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Construction Defects
  • Contract Negotiations and Disputes
  • Foreclosures
  • Insurance Defense
  • Landlord Tenant Matters
  • Media / First Amendment Law (including the State and Federal Freedom of Information Acts)
  • Municipal and Administrative Litigation
  • Property Rights
  • Tort Law (including Professional Negligence)
  • Wetlands Litigation
  • Wetlands Permitting

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
843 448-2400  Phone
843 448-3022  Fax
www.bellamylaw.com
University Attended:
Coastal Carolina University, B.S., Biology, 1995; Coastal Carolina University, B.A., Business Management, 2001
Law School Attended:
University of South Carolina, J.D., cum laude, 2004
Year of First Admission:
2004
Admission:
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; 2004, South Carolina
Memberships:
Horry County and American Bar Associations; South Carolina Bar.
Birth Information:
Rapid City, South Dakota, November 29, 1970
ISLN:
918186490

Peer Reviews

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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