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The firm's three attorneys bring more than 55 years of combined legal experience to bear on cases in the Palmetto State.
Through an uncompromising dedication to understanding the details of each legal issue, H&R is able to offer representation and consultation of the highest order.
H&R has significant experience in litigating cases in courts around South Carolina. Our attorneys are adept at resolving issues without the need for litigation, but when it is needed, H&R relishes the opportunity to advocate for its clients.
We also host mediations, arbitrations, depositions, and other court-related functions.
Taylor Smith and Drew Radeker secured a victory and award of attorney's fees in a South Carolina Freedom of Information Act case for a client against a Lexington County school district. The trial judge found the school district violated the state's open meeting laws when it voted to enter executive session in its boardroom, a location different from where it notified the public. The Court further held that because the district failed to give the firm's client documents that it withheld from disclosure until after it was sued, the client was the prevailing party under SCFOIA.
WVMF Funding v. Brown. The firm's clients, who were in foreclosure, entered into a repayment agreement in 2009 with their mortgage bank. The bank then refused to take their payments under the repayment agreement. The court found that the bank failed to honor the repayment agreement, ruled that the firm's clients could resume making payments under that agreement even though years had passed, and then dismissed the foreclosure case.
Areas of Practice
Debt Collection / Foreclosure
Personal Injury / Civil Litigation
Free Speech / Media Law
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