The law school at the University of South Carolina now has a new name thanks to a major donation from prominent Mount Pleasant attorney and alumnus Joseph Rice, co-founder of Motley Rice LLC. The school will now be known as the Joseph
The lawyer has been practicing law since 2007 and opened her own firm in 2014; In 2016, she became a certified elder law attorney and is one of six certified elder law specialists in the state of South Carolina.
As a Citadel alumnus, and four-year starting quarterback for the Bulldogs, Myers was elected to the Citadel Board of Visitors.
A South Carolina woman and a Florida woman have been sentenced after pleading guilty to commit wire fraud related to unemployment insurance benefits
Nine current or former inmates of the South Carolina Department of Corrections and six other people have been indicted for allegedly receiving nearly $5 million in fraudulent COVID-19 unemployment benefits
The Columbia woman is charged with using falsified documents and falsely claiming she was unemployed because of the pandemic
Two residents of South Carolina have been sentenced in federal court on charges of labor trafficking
A South Carolina return preparer and regional manager of multiple tax preparation business locations based in Columbia pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the United States by preparing and filing false tax returns
A South Carolina convenience store owner and two employees have been arrested by agents from the South Carolina Department of Revenue on more than 27 tax-related charges
A Florence man and a woman from Florida have been sentenced after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud related to unemployment insurance benefits
A South Carolina man recently pleaded guilty to two counts of filing false tax returns. Jeffrey Harmon of Lexington entered a guilty plea after his jury trial had begun, according to
A Sumter woman has been sentenced to federal prison for submitting false tax returns and a fraudulent Payroll Protection Plan loan