Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough

Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Columbia United States
Founded:
1898

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP (commonly referred to simply as Nelson Mullins) is a U.S. law firm and lobby group based in Columbia, South Carolina. In 2015, the American Lawyer ranked the firm as the 111th largest law firm in the nation based on 2014 gross revenue. Wikipedia

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough
Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Columbia United States
Founded:
1898

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP (commonly referred to simply as Nelson Mullins) is a U.S. law firm and lobby group based in Columbia, South Carolina. In 2015, the American Lawyer ranked the firm as the 111th largest law firm in the nation based on 2014 gross revenue. Wikipedia

Mar 7, 5:14 PM

In an article published on March 7, 2017 in the Jacksonville Business Journal, Jacksonville Managing Partner Dan Nunn and partner Beau Baker provide insight on how they have been assisting in the recent merger of Jacksonville-based The HCI Group and Indian conglomerate Tech Mahindra. The two cities are separated by 8,643 miles and a 10.5-hour time difference. http://bit.ly/2mBGP33

Mar 7, 4:58 PM

Check out the latest Gold Dome Report: Greetings from the Gold Dome! The Senate began its day around 10:00 a.m. while the House convened at 1:00 p.m. today. Various law enforcement agencies from across the State swarmed in the halls, making their presence known, as they celebrated their day on the hill. Jokes were made that if you wished to speed down Georgia's interstates, today would have been a good day to do so as the number of State Troopers and Sheriffs under the Dome were many! It was also Children's Day at the Capitol - several agencies working with our State's children set up displays in the South Wing to explain their programs to help educate, keep safe, and provide healthcare to the State's most precious resource. http://bit.ly/2naHfdi

Mar 6, 6:04 PM

Check out the latest Gold Dome Report: Lawmakers convened today for Day 28 of the Legislative Session, also known as Crossover Day. While typically falling on Day 30 of the session, Crossover Day was reset this year to take place on the 28th Legislative Day. Thus, today was the last day that bills can cross over from their originating chamber to the opposite chamber for consideration. Any bills which do not cross are considered dead as they will not be taken up again until next session. However, the language in many pieces of legislation which did not cross can, and will, emerge in moving bills. http://bit.ly/2mtUnNw

Mar 3, 9:44 PM

In an article published on March 2, 2017 in Physicians Practice, Nashville partner Roy Wyman provides guidance on what healthcare leaders and administrators can expect in 2017 by offering "hot takes" of longer-term trends that every physician and practice should note. Wyman says the screaming hot take is that 2017 threatens individuals with loss of coverage, lifetime limits, exclusions for pre-existing conditions, and termination of Medicaid expansion http://bit.ly/2mVQCxb

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