Robinson Gray Member Beth Richardson recognized as a 2019 Woman of Influence

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Beth Burke Richardson, a member with Robinson Gray law firm, is one of 25 women in the Midlands who have been selected as 2019 Women of Influence by the Columbia Regional Business Report. CRBR annually honors women who are setting the pace in their careers as well as working to make the […]

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Partisan Gerrymandering — Who’s Willing to Predict how the Supreme Court will Rule?

By the end of the week, the United States Supreme Court will decide two partisan gerrymandering cases. How the Court rules will have huge ramifications for drawing congressional districts after the 2020 Census. The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Rucho v. Common Cause, a Republican-favored Congressional plan challenge in North Carolina and Lamont v. […]

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What’s the latest on the 2020 US Census?

Following the Constitution, the United States counts its citizens every 10 years.  This data determines how to divide the 435 members of the U.S. House of Representatives per state.  Also, the census data plays a central role in allocating billions of federal dollars in federal programs. In April, the U.S. Supreme Court held oral argument […]

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Town of McBee Election Lawsuit About Counting Provisional Votes or Ordering a New Election

The Supreme Court of South Carolina recently heard oral argument in a case involving the election of Town Council members in the Town of McBee.  Odom v. Town of McBee Election Comm’n & Shiloh Green, No. 2019-000147 (S.C. Sup. Ct. 2019).  Four candidates ran for two seats on town council.  The results were very close […]

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New measure sets flat, predictable fees in Register of Deeds offices in SC

COLUMBIA, SC – Celeste Bowers, an associate with Robinson Gray law firm, is pleased to announce that the South Carolina General Assembly has passed legislation creating flat, predictable recording fees for documents filed in Register of Deeds offices across the state. The legislation was a top legislative goal of the Palmetto Land and Title Association, […]

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