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Womble Carlyle’s Greenville office is strategically located on the I-85 business corridor. Our Greenville attorneys work closely with colleagues in the firm's Columbia and Charleston offices to provide seamless coverage to middle market and larger companies in South Carolina and beyond. Attorneys in Greenville also work collaboratively with attorneys in the firm’s other offices, including those in nearby Charlotte and Atlanta, to provide service to our clients.
The Greenville office opened in 1999 and since that time has attracted experienced attorneys who practice in key areas of the law. Our Greenville-based team advises public company and private clients in Bankruptcy, Business Litigation, Corporate & Securities, Environmental Law, Healthcare Law, Mass Torts, and Real Estate, among other practice areas.
In addition, our Greenville team is actively involved and committed to public service in the Upstate community, serving such outstanding organizations as A Child’s Haven, the Boy Scouts of America, Friends of Reedy River, Furman University, the Greenville Literacy Association, the Jefferson Awards Foundation, Meals on Wheels, The Phillis Wheatley Association, the United Way and the YMCA.
Womble Carlyle is sponsoring a pro bono Clinic in a Box® program at the Association of Corporate Counsel 2017 Annual Meeting.
Womble Carlyle’s participation in the 2017 Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting will include on-site podcasting.
On October 25, Womble Carlyle lawyer Belton Zeigler will discuss cybersecurity with the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce.
Although a voluntary federal program, E-Verify participation is required by many states to ensure a legal workforce.
Womble Carlyle once again will host its annual South Carolina Economic Development Review.
Self-Driving cars once were the domain of science fiction. But now, they rapidly are becoming a technological reality. “Smart cars” also provide an opportunity for economic growth to regions that are willing to seize the opportunity.