Alabama Congressional Districts – Disconcerting or Not?

On December 12, Democrat nominee Doug Jones defeated Republican nominee Roy Moore in Alabama’s special election for United States Senate. This election was a hard-fought race with President Donald Trump supporting a losing candidate in the Republican primary and then the controversial Roy Moore. Jones’s margin of victory state-wide was approximately 1.5 percentage points. Interestingly, […]

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SC Bar Foundation honors Betsy Gray with DuRant award

Columbia, SC  – The South Carolina Bar Foundation is proud to announce that Elizabeth Van Doren Gray, member of Sowell Gray Robinson Stepp and Laffitte, LLC, has been selected as the 2017 DuRant Distinguished Public Service Award recipient for meritorious service to the law and community. The DuRant Distinguished Public Service Award was established in […]

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Meritas Board Meeting in Germany

Commercial Team leader Bill Metzger is in Frankfurt, Germany, this week for the Meritas Board of Directors & EMEA Regional Meeting. Board members travel from all over the world including the United States, London, Paraguay, Tokyo, Mexico, Singapore, Peru, Germany, Italy, Indonesia, France, Netherlands and Canada. Such a beautiful place for these members to come together!

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Sowell Gray Robinson named to 2018 Best Law Firms

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Sowell Gray Robinson has been included in the 2018 edition of “Best Law Firms,” a U.S. News-Best Lawyers publication that recognizes the top practices in the nation. Sowell Gray Robinson received a Tier 1 ranking in eight practice areas: Commercial Litigation Energy Regulatory Law Insurance Law Litigation – Regulatory Enforcement (Telecom, Energy) […]

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US Supreme Court hears oral argument over Wisconsin partisan gerrymandering

On Tuesday, October 3, the US Supreme Court heard oral argument in Gill v. Whitford, a case concerning the constitutionality of partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin legislative districts.  The lower court held the Wisconsin plans violated the constitution by drawing legislative district maps that favored Republicans over Democrats. The Supreme Court last addressed partisan gerrymandering in […]

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