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  • Carol Ervin has been selected by her peers for inclusion in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in AmericaBest Lawyers is the oldest peer-review publication in the legal profession, ranking lawyers with outstanding professional abilities recognized by a consensus of their colleagues within the same legal practice area and geographical region.

  • Carol B. Ervin, Wallace G. "Buster" Holland, and Shawn Daughtridge Wallace have been named South Carolina Super Lawyers for 2012. Also, Brian L. Quisenberry has been named a "Rising Star" for 2012.

  • Michael A. Molony, Carol B. Ervin, Wilbur E. Johnson, William J. Bates, C. Michael Branham, Wallace G. Holland, and F. Drake Rogers have been chosen for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2013 Edition.

  • Wilbur Johnson was recently elected to serve a three year term on the Board of Directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

  • Jay Davis was recently interviewed for an article published in the ED Legal Letter, The Essential Guide to Emergency Medicine Malpractice Prevention and Risk Management on Electronic Medical Records and liability risks associated with the new technology.

  • Jay Davis has been asked to serve on the Executive Leadership Team for the American Heart Association Heart Ball.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP is pleased to announce that Practice Group Chair C. Michael Branham has been chosen for inclusion in Marquis Who’s Who in American Law.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP is pleased to announce that Practice Group Chair C. Michael Branham has been chosen for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP is pleased to announce that Practice Group Chair C. Michael Branham has been chosen for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2011 Edition.

  • Practice Group Chair C. Michael Branham recently spoke to the Southeastern Council of Foundations: “Staying out of Trouble- Legal Issues for Family Foundations: Care, loyalty, obedience – Check! Learn how to sidestep those gnarly legal pitfalls: self-dealing, jeopardy investments, excess business holdings, meeting the 5% payout requirement, expenditure responsibility and more.