Dundee Carter focuses her practice on estate planning and elder law. Dundee earned her LL.M. in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center and served as an associate probate judge with Horry County for eight years prior to joining POSG&S. Dundee’s experience allows her to represent clients in all areas of estate planning including drafting wills, […]Continue reading

COLUMBIA (May 4, 2011)-Students from Scholars Academy in Conway won the Southeastern States Region Award at the 2011 We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution National Competition held April 30 -May 1 in Arlington, VA. “We the People” is an in-depth study of American history with an emphasis on understanding the formation of the […]Continue reading

(Columbia, Oct 12, 2011) A coalition of immigrants and groups who work with them filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against South Carolina’s immigration law, saying it will encourage racial profiling and violate people’s constitutional rights. The law, which is scheduled to go into effect Jan. 1, requires law enforcement officers to check the immigration status […]Continue reading

(Charlotte, NC) Borrowers represented by Charlotte developer American Asset Corp. have sued Bank of America for breach of loan agreement, saying the bank wrongly stopped funding loans and reneged on promises to do modifications, leaving it unable to pay brokers. The lawsuit, filed last week in Mecklenburg County, involves loans for commercial property in Raleigh […]Continue reading

Attorney General Alan Wilson said Monday that politics played no role in his decision last week to ask the state Supreme Court for a rehearing in a case involving a Columbia security guard who shot and killed a man on a public sidewalk. “We represent the state’s interests, regardless of my personal views,” Wilson told […]Continue reading

(Columbia, SC) Mitchell Smith, charged with posing as a social worker while running two Columbia group homes for the disabled, trolled Veterans Administration facilities to find tenants, a Columbia police investigator told a judge Tuesday. Investigator Steve Narewski testified during a court hearing that Veterans Administration officials told him Smith “would go through the nursing […]Continue reading

(Myrtle Beach Sun-News) Leave the short mini skirt, shorts and tank tops behind if you go to court in Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach Municipal Court’s Chief Judge Jennifer Wilson issued an administrative order in July regulating courtroom attire and banning risqué clothing, as well as offensive, ripped and soiled clothing, said Len Marotta, Myrtle Beach’s […]Continue reading

A Mount Pleasant-based website’s lawsuit against a former employee has sparked a national conversation about who owns work-related Twitter accounts — and how much they’re worth. The case, which appears to be the first of its kind, raises those tricky questions in an era of increasing social media usage, both for business and personal purposes, […]Continue reading

John Fortunato was only 21 years old when he drove the getaway car while a 16-year-old boy allegedly pointed a pistol at three other teenagers attempting to buy marijuana from them. Provided / SC DOC John Fortunato The young Ladson man and the 16-year-old made off with $20 in the stick-up, and Summerville police arrested […]Continue reading

President Obama signed the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act Sept. 16, enacting it into law. The act – the first significant overhaul of the U.S. patent system in nearly 60 years – was preceded by months of debate and speculation about which proposed reforms would finally become law. The act will have significant, immediate impacts on […]Continue reading