Jay Anthony Selected to Leadership Greenville Class 43

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Jay Anthony has been selected by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce as a member of Leadership Greenville Class 43.  Participants were selected based on an application process which focused on the applicant’s resume and community involvement.  Leadership Greenville is the Chamber’s premier 10-month leadership development program designed to help develop informed, committed and qualified leaders for […]

The Complexities of a Car Accident Case

Posted by Jay Anthony

Each year, many lawsuits in the South Carolina court system stem from car accident cases.  Yet the types of car accident cases – and their complexity – vary greatly.  Our firm has handled many such cases over the years, from those involving only minor injuries to incidents involving serious injuries and even death.  How a […]

Jay Anthony receives SCYLD President’s Award

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Jay Anthony has been awarded The President’s Award from the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division for his volunteer work through the YLD.  The awards recognize YLD members who exemplify dedication to public service and YLD initiatives.  

Ken Anthony interviewed by WSPA regarding restaurant cancellation policies

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Ken Anthony was recently interviewed by Spartanburg CBS affiliate WSPA regarding restaurant cancellation policies which threaten to hold customers legally liable for negative reviews.  “I don’t think you can ever give up your right to free speech in this country,” said Ken.  “This contract would not hold up in court.” Read More: SC Restaurant’s Cancellation […]

Assessing Damages

Posted by Kenneth C. Anthony Jr.

I was recently asked to serve as an arbitrator, but in a way that I had not done before. In the process, I learned something about how I assess damages in cases, and, perhaps, how juries do as well. The case, or cases, rather, arose out of a motel fire. On one of the coldest […]

Blindness Following Lumbar Surgery

Posted by Kenneth C. Anthony Jr.

A rare complication that may not be so rare Blindness as a result of anesthesia administered during non-eye related surgery is, fortunately, a rare complication. It is not unheard of, however, and seems to be more common in cases involving lumbar surgery. Reports of this result are, in fact, increasing, either because of better reporting […]

From the Mediator’s Seat

Posted by Kenneth C. Anthony Jr.

I’ve been practicing law for 33 years now and most days of the week still act as an attorney for a client, trying my best to further his or her cause. But about 17 years ago, I started acting as a mediator once or twice a week. While I still participate in mediations representing clients, […]

Keep your Shoulders Up

Posted by Kenneth C. Anthony Jr.

When I was in my teenage years and had suddenly grown tall and was not yet used to it, my mother was always quick with the admonition to “Keep your shoulders up!” I have since gotten used to being an adult, or perhaps it is just that I do not see my mother as much. […]

When Fun isn’t Fun

Posted by Kenneth C. Anthony Jr.

As our society seems more and more bent on entertaining itself, the proliferation of ways and places for entertainment continues and the forms of such entertainment constantly take new and unexpected forms. While much attention is focused on the Internet, computer and video games and even video poker, we have also seen an increase in […]

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