South Carolina Super Lawyers®
April 22, 2016
Nineteen Nexsen Pruet attorneys have earned recognition as Super Lawyers®, while four attorneys have been included among the publication's list of 2016 Rising Stars.
Renowned civil litigator William "Billy" Wilkins has been listed among the Top 10: 2016 South Carolina Super Lawyers.
The attorneys recognized on these lists received the highest point totals in their respective categories in the nomination, research, and peer review process.
2016 South Carolina Super Lawyers®
- Cherie Blackburn - Employment Litigation: Defense (Charleston)
- Henry Brown - Construction Litigation (Columbia)
- Molly Hughes Cherry - Employment & Labor law (Charleston)
- David Dubberly - Employment & Labor Law (Columbia)
- Victoria Eslinger - Employment & Labor Law (Columbia)
- William Floyd III - Employment & Labor Law (Columbia)
- David Gossett - Banking (Greenville)
- Leon Harmon - Employment & Labor law (Greenville)
- Marvin Infinger Business Litigation (Charleston)
- Ron Jones - Bankruptcy (Charleston)
- Tommy Lavender, Jr. - Environmental (Columbia)
- Marcus Manos - Business Litigation (Columbia)
- Julio (Rick) Mendoza, Jr. - Bankruptcy (Columbia)
- Timothy St. Clair - Intellectual Property Litigation (Greenville)
- Bruce Wallace - Business Litigation (Charleston)
- Bradish Waring - Insurance (Charleston)
- William "Billy" Wilkins - Civil Litigation: Defense (Greenville)
- Marguerite Willis - Antitrust Litigation (Greenville)
2016 South Carolina Rising Stars
- Amy Allen Hinson - Intellectual Property (Greenville)
- Jennifer Cluverius - Employment & Labor Law (Greenville)
- Melissa Fried - Employment Litigation (Charleston)
- Andrew Mathias - Business Litigation (Greenville)
About Super Lawyers®
In both categories, candidates are determined through a nomination process and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional development.
The annual listing in Super Lawyers® is awarded to no more than 5 percent of the lawyers in each state. The Rising Stars designation is given to no more than 2.5% of those lawyers in each state who are 40 years old or younger or who have been practicing for fewer than 10 years. Learn more about the selection process.