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The Ins and Outs of Non-Compete Agreements

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According to a March, 2016, U.S. Department of the Treasury report, nearly 30 million workers are covered by a non-compete agreement.[i] These workers run the gamut from CEOs to sandwich makers.[ii] It is important for firms and individuals to understand the importance of these clauses and to enter into agreements knowing what is expected and required of them if the employee were ever to leave. Further, when an employee does leave, the new (hiring) employer, the employee, and the former employer all have important factors to consider.

United Way of Greenville County and Campaign Chair Jennifer Johnsen Raise Over $16.5 Million

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Congratulations to the United Way of Greenville County (UWGC) and Campaign Chair Jennifer Johnsen for raising over $16.5 million.

Technology Insights: Practically and Ethically Preserving Internet and Social Media Evidence

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Over a decade ago, lawyers first discovered the internet’s hidden gems which might aid them in the defense of claims brought against their clients. These days, it’s rare for a seminar or conference to be without a session on search engine techniques or war stories relating to such finds. These days, the notion that lawyers should employ such searches in their cases is now both conventional wisdom and common sense. However, as law departments and their outside counsel have become more adept at locating online evidence, state bars and local bars have begun to offer guidance on the ethics of such things. Accordingly, although the conferences and seminars continue to focus on the quest for impeachment material, lawyers should also consider the ethics of their searches and strategies to prevent an opposing party’s spoilation of such evidence.

Duffie Powers and Michelle DeLuca Yarbrough Elected Shareholders and Zach Weaver Partner

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Gallivan, White & Boyd is pleased to announce that Duffie Powers and Michelle DeLuca Yarbrough have been elected as shareholders and Zach Weaver has been elected as a partner. The elections took place at Gallivan, White and Boyd’s shareholders meeting in December.

Attorney John Cuttino Featured in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel Article

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DRI, founded in 1960 as the Defense Research Institute, bills itself as the “leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel” and the “Voice of the Defense Bar.” With 22,000-plus members, it serves as a hefty counterweight to the well-heeled plaintiff-side group, the American Association for Justice. Below, DRI’s new president, South Carolina trial attorney John Cuttino, talks about plans for the organization, the benefits of in-house membership, and grooming the next generation of defense bar leaders. His remarks have been edited for length and style.

Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. Named “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News and Best Lawyers in America

Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. has been listed in 2017 “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®. The firm was recognized regionally in 20 practice areas.

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For the first time ever, the three incumbent presidents of these distinguished legal organizations are all from the same firm: Gallivan White Boyd.

John E. Cuttino Elected President of DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar

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The attorneys and staff at Gallivan White & Boyd, P.A. would like to congratulate Columbia shareholder John E. Cuttino for his election as President of DRI–The Voice of the Defense Bar (DRI).

Gray T. Culbreath & John T. Lay, Jr. Chosen as “2017 Litigation Stars” by Benchmark Litigation

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Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. Columbia attorneys Gray T. Culbreath, and John T. Lay, Jr. have been chosen as “Litigation Stars” by Benchmark Litigation.

Columbia Attorneys Ashley B. Stratton and Jordan Crapps Join Gallivan, White and Boyd

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Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. is pleased to announce that attorneys Ashley B. Stratton and Jordan Crapps have joined the firm and will be serving clients out of the Columbia, South Carolina, office.