Alice Paylor Elected President-elect of National Caucus of State Bar Associations

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Rosen Hagood September 10, 2018

At last month’s American Bar Association (ABA) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Alice Paylor, a Rosen Hagood partner, was elected the 2018-2019 President-elect of the National Caucus of State Bar Associations (NCSBA). Established in 1993, the NCSBA coordinates efforts of state bar associations across the country in considering and proposing matters before the ABA House of …

Think Local—Engaging Local Counsel in South Carolina

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Rosen Hagood August 21, 2018

Every fan of courtroom cinema familiar with the film My Cousin Vinny knows the challenges out-of-town lawyers face when entering a new courtroom. The story centers on a brash-talking Italian lawyer from New York—Vincent “Vinny” Gambini (played by Joe Pesci)—who is hired to defend his cousin and a friend against criminal charges in a small …

Rosen Hagood Welcomes Associate Bijan Ghom to the Firm

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Rosen Hagood June 22, 2018

Rosen Hagood is pleased to announce that Bijan Ghom has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Ghom practices in the areas of business and commercial litigation, business and corporate law, employment and labor law, and construction law and litigation. “We are delighted to welcome Bijan to Rosen Hagood,” said senior partner, Brew Hagood. “His …

Rosen Hagood Defends Shareholders and Corporations in Oppression Lawsuit

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Rosen Hagood June 30, 2014
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Rosen Hagood attorneys Richard Rosen and John Rosen successfully defended shareholders and corporations in an oppression lawsuit brought by Plaintiff, a shareholder, general manager, and Vice President of the Defendant corporations. Based on the evidence produced, including expert testimony on defense contracting regulations and business valuation, Defendants obtained an order allowing them to purchase all …

Richard Rosen Responds to Release of Fire Report

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Rosen Hagood October 29, 2010

BY GLENN SMITH Post & Courier A long-awaited federal study of the Sofa Super Store fire released Thursday could prove pivotal in ongoing lawsuits, potential criminal charges and efforts to enact state sprinkler standards. Officials from the Gaithersburg, Md.-based National Institute of Standards and Technology came to Charleston to unveil a two-volume draft report and …

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