Midlands people & achievements, May 12

May 12, 2013 

LAW

Several Midlands attorneys have been named Super Lawyers and Risings Stars in the 2013 edition of the “South Carolina Super Lawyers.” Among the firms and attorneys included:

Bluestein, Nichols, Thompson & Delgado: Marti Bluestein and John Nichols, Super Lawyers; and Allison Sullivan, Rising Star; Callison, Tighe & Robinson: Michael W. Tighe and M. Malissa Burnette, Super Lawyers; and Kathleen McDaniel, Rising Star; Fisher & Phillips: Cheryl L. Behymer, Michael D. Carrouth, G. Daniel Ellzey, Stephen C. Mitchell, Jonathan P. Pearson and J. Hagood Tighe, Super Lawyers; and Karen L. Luchka and Edward Rawl, Rising Stars; Gaffney, Lewis & Edwards: Amy L. Gaffney, Super Lawyer; and Mary D. LaFave, Rising Star; Haynsworth, Sinkler Boyd: Frank W. Cureton, J. Donald Dial Jr., Randolph B. Epting, Thomas R. Gottshall, Manton M. Grier, John B. McArthur, Stanley H. McGuffin, Stephen F. McKinney, Hamilton Osborne Jr., William H. Short Jr. and Benton D. Williamson, Super Lawyers; and William R. Johnson, Lindsey C. Livingston and Tigerron A. Wells, Rising Stars; Sowell, Gray, Stepp & Laffitte: Biff Sowell, Bobby Stepp, Becky Laffitte, Cal Watson and Monty Todd, Super Lawyers; and Tina Cundari and Amy L.B. Hill, Rising Stars; and Turner, Padget, Graham & Laney: Reginald W. Belcher, John E. Cuttino, Catherine H. Kennedy, Lanneau W. Lambert Jr., Edward W. Laney IV, Thomas C. Salane and Franklin G. Shuler Jr., Super Lawyers; and Shannon F. Bobertz , Matthew R. Cook and Nicholas Gladd, Rising Stars.

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