In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the firm is taking action to continue serving clients while keeping the health of clients and our staff top priority. All our offices are currently operating with a remote workforce to help reduce the spread of the virus.
In Ex Parte: Builders Mutual (In Re: Palmetto Pointe v. Island Pointe), Opinion No. 27970 (May 13, 2020), the South Carolina Supreme Court held Insurers did not have a right to intervene in a construction defect action for the limited purpose of participating in the preparation of the verdict form to allocate damages, finding the proper […]
South Carolina courts have taken several precautionary measures in response to the spread of COVID-19. The following measures have been put in place for Circuit Court and Magistrate’s Court: By Order of the Supreme Court dated March 18, 2020, all scheduled terms of court are canceled until May 1, 2020. This includes jury trial terms, non-jury trial […]
North Carolina – March 19, 2019. Hedrick Gardner is pleased to announce the recent addition of six associates. ”We look forward to the benefit that these new attorneys will bring to our clients,” said Hedrick Gardner managing partner Paul Lawrence. “I am confident they will be a great asset to clients and we are excited […]
The SMART Act requires CMS to annually review the costs associated with the collection of Medicare conditional payments and set forth a threshold amount applicable to settlements, judgments, awards or other payments (TPOC amount) for which it would not seek recovery. The threshold amount for 2018 was $750. On November 15, 2018, CMS announced the […]
Luke Sbarra Elected to Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel Charlotte Partner Luke P. Sbarra was recently nominated to and accepted for membership into the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC). The Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel is an invitation-only federation of lawyers with a membership of slightly over 1400 members from each […]