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  • The Court of Appeals recently affirmed the Workers’ Compensation Commission’s denial of two hearing loss cases for failure to timely provide notice of the repetitive trauma injury to the employer.  F. Drake Rogers, III handled the cases before the Commission, and Stephen L. Brown and Catherine H. Chase handled the cases before the Court of Appeals.

  • On February 27, Catherine H. Chase will speak on the topics of handling email, social media, and other ESI (Electronically Stored Information) and ethical considerations at the upcoming continuing legal education seminar, The Rules of Evidence: A Practical Toolkit.

  • Brian Quisenberry will be speaking at the upcoming seminar for SC Prima on March 5 and 6 in Greenville, SC.  He will speak about overlapping issues in employment and workers’ compensation laws.  To learn more, or to register, go to this link.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP attorney Duke Highfield obtained a directed verdict in favor of their client in Horry County, South Carolina, in November of 2017.  The plaintiff sued for premises liability and negligence per se, and sought damages alleging permanent and total disability.  At no point was a demand ever submitted by plaintiff’s counsel for less than $6,000,000.00.  The directed verdict was issued at the close of the plaintiff’s case on the third day of trial that was scheduled to last the week.

  • Wallace “Buster” Holland celebrates his 45th anniversary with Clement Rivers, LLP this year.  Buster started the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group and currently serves exclusively as a mediator for workers’ compensation claims.  Clement Rivers, LLP is tremendously grateful for Buster’s service, and we look forward to his continued work as a mediator.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP was pleased to sponsor a table of the Charleston Chapter of Ellevate Network’s 3rd Anniversary Breakfast where Joan Robinson-Berry of Boeing South Carolina spoke about knowing the corporate culture, controlling your personal brand, and improving our community.  Tori Anderson, Catherine Chase, Carol Ervin, and Stephanie Ramia, were able to attend this inspiring event along with some Clement Rivers, LLP clients.  Catherine Chase is also the Co-President of the Charleston Chapter of Ellevate Network.

  • Duke R. Highfield has just celebrated his 25th anniversary with Clement Rivers, LLP.  Duke wears many hats at Clement Rivers, LLP, including as the chair of four practice groups and chair of the firm’s marketing committee.  Clement Rivers, LLP greatly appreciates Duke’s service, and we look forward to many more successful years to come.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP was overwhelmed by bears this week thanks to our generous staff and attorneys. Luckily, MUSC Children’s Hospital is helping each bear find a loving home.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP is honored to announce that the law firm has received a Tier 1 Ranking in the 2018 Edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms”. This Tier 1 ranking was determined from the firm’s overall evaluation, which was derived from a combination of factors including clients feedback and the high regard that lawyers in other firms in the same practice areas have for the firm.

  • Clement Rivers, LLP attorneys Tori Anderson and Stephanie Ramia attended the Carolina Youth Development Center’s 14th Annual “A Night for the Children Gala” on Thursday, October 12 at the Memminger Auditorium.  Clement Rivers, LLP is a proud sponsor of this gala; the proceeds go to residential services for child victims of abuse, abandonment, and neglect.