Posts Tagged ‘T. Ryan Phillips’

Help T. Ryan Phillips get Baker v. Hardwick published

I would love to see the May 24, 2017 Court of Appeals opinion in Baker v. Hardwick get published. Not just because T. Ryan Phillips and I share office space; not just because I referred him the appeal that he turned into a victory reversal. Baker establishes an important legal principle: the outer limits of […]

Previously unpublished opinion answers question of where to enforce foreign equitable distribution orders

On July 30, 2014 the South Carolina Court of Appeals published the previously unpublished opinion in the case of Katzburg v. Katzburg, 410 S.C. 184, 764 S.E.2d 3 (Ct. App. 2014). This opinion answers the frequently recurring question of where to enforce foreign state’s equitable distribution orders. The answer: circuit court. A more detailed analysis of the […]

Thank you

I opened my law practice exactly eighteen years ago today.  Unlike many of the young attorneys I admire, such as Jenny Moser, T. Ryan Phillips or Anna Galle, it wasn’t a first choice but more of a last resort.  I’d been unhappy in my two previous associate positions and decided not to accept a third associate […]

Law school is not a losing game

A lengthy article in today’s New York Times asks “Is Law School a Losing Game?”  That story chronicles the problems new law school graduates are having finding entry level positions that will pay them enough to service the debt they incurred attending law school.  Meanwhile, rarely does a week go by without the American Bar […]

 

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