Wyche, a full-service law firm with three offices across South Carolina, has announced that a former South Carolina Supreme Court Justice has joined the firm as special counsel, and will serve clients statewide.
A jury found a Greenville resident guilty Wednesday of uttering counterfeit securities two weeks after another jury found her guilty on three counts of wire fraud.
A Greenville-based health care system will pay more than $36 million to the United States in a settlement to resolve allegations of false claims
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP partner Henry M. “Buzz” Burwell has been honored by the government of Japan with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette.
Spencer Fane LLP announced the opening of new office space in Greenville, S.C., reinforcing the firm’s commitment to making legal services available to local and national clients.
Sodoma Law, a full-service family law firm that works in divorce and custody cases, is opening an office in Greenville.
Wyche is celebrating a century of practicing law by providing the cash for someone in the state to take part in one of South Carolina’s most prestigious and unique fellowship programs.
S.C. Department of Revenue agents this week arrested a North Carolina couple and charged them with two counts of tax evasion and two counts of failure to file a state tax return or pay a tax related to a Spartanburg business.
The strongest competitors for Greenville entrepreneurs Tyler McLeod and Erick Arb are California giants Trust and Will and LegalZoom. It was a tipsy stranger at Smiley's Acoustic CafÃ© that first opened McLeod's eyes to the opportunities
South Carolina has the highest income tax rate of any of its neighbors. Upstate Chamber Coalition executive Jason Zacher says the state has a historic opportunity on the table to
A Greenville chiropractor pled guilty earlier this month to engaging in conspiracy to pay illegal kickbacks and defrauding health care programs by billing for unnecessary medical services. He was accused of billing for opioid ...
Since publication, a circuit appeals court blocked OSHA vaccine requirements for employers over 100 people. The Biden Administration filed a request for a federal appeals court to lift the block Tuesday.