Slater Securities Lawyer, South Carolina


Includes: Securities Fraud , Securities Regulation, Shareholders' Rights

Wesley Evander Boyd

Litigation, Employee Rights, Securities Fraud , Prenuptial Agreements
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  10 Years

D. Allen Grumbine

Transactions, Bankruptcy, Corporate, Securities
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  45 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

State v. Morris

... Chief Justice TOAL. This is a direct appeal in a criminal case. A jury convicted Appellant Earle E. Morris, Jr., of one count of engaging in a scheme to commit securities fraud and twenty-one counts of securities fraud. On appeal ...

Buice v. WMA SECURITIES, INC.

Anna M. BUICE and Jerry W. Buice, Respondents, v. WMA SECURITIES, INC., Steeley Hubert Humphrey, Jr., Carl David Kennedy and W. Lindsey Howell, Defendants, Of Whom WMA Securities, Inc., Steeley Hubert Humphrey, Jr. and Carl David Kennedy are Appellants. ...

State v. Sheppard

... Respondent. Chief Justice TOAL: In this case, Ronald J. Sheppard, the former CEO of HomeGold Financial, Inc. (HomeGold), was charged with securities fraud, obtaining property under false pretenses, and conspiracy. He was ...