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Opened in 2012, our Columbia office provides a full range of services to clients from South Carolina’s capital city. Centrally located to serve clients and industries throughout the state, attorneys in our Columbia office have vast experience representing senior elected officials, governmental entities, major utilities, and some of the state’s largest businesses.
We have been lead counsel in several of South Carolina’s seminal cases on matters of significant public policy, including constitutional law, regulatory law, municipal powers and public finance, campaign finance and election law, and open government. We have represented governors in a variety of matters before legislative bodies and the South Carolina Supreme Court. We have worked with utilities in gas and electric rate cases, in energy supply agreements, and in shaping the South Carolina’s solar and nuclear power regulatory framework. In short, we work hand in hand with clients to understand their goals in order to maximize outcomes in all contexts: in the boardroom, at the closing table, in litigation, or before a legislature or regulator.
In 2017, Womble Carlyle’s Columbia office moved downtown to the Main & Gervais Building. The state-of-the-art space is just a block away from the South Carolina State House and in the center of downtown Columbia’s government and business district.
The firm’s Columbia office is now located at 1221 Main Street, Suite 1600 in the NBSC Building. The new office is just a block away from the South Carolina State House and in the center of downtown Columbia’s government and business district.
Womble Carlyle has been named one of the Best Place to Work in South Carolina yet again.
Womble Carlyle’s annual South Carolina Economic Development Review was a big success, with more than 150 industry leaders in attendance.
Womble Carlyle once again will host its annual South Carolina Economic Development Review.
Womble Carlyle attorney Ted Claypoole will speak at the 2016 Community Bankers Forum, presented by the South Carolina Bankers Association. Claypoole will discuss “Meeting Your Data Obligations without Breaking the Bank."
Womble Carlyle attorney Belton Zeigler will discuss the EU Privacy Shield and Brexit impact data regulation for U.S. companies and what they can do to prepare at an upcoming Charleston Women in International Trade (CWIT) event.