Some much needed change is coming to Columbia and malfunction junction, but not without a cost to businesses and property owners. In this Post & Courier article, our experienced eminent domain attorney, Keith Babcock, discusses the condemnation process and how involving an attorney at an early stage may benefit a landowner.
(February 12, 2020 – Columbia, SC) Lewis Babcock attorney, Joseph Berry was selected for membership in the 2020 class of the South Carolina Bar Leadership Academy. Each year the Academy selects attorneys from across the state practicing between 3 and 15 years, to participate in the program designed to develop leaders in the legal and business community.
The highly selective program provides members with networking opportunities, professionalism training, community awareness, and other skills necessary to give back to the profession and position themselves as leaders in the community. The class meets once a month for approximately five months, with each month’s program focusing on a different topic.
“It’s an honor to be selected for the program,” said Joseph Berry. “I’m looking forward to learning through this interactive program and building relationships with other members.”
Berry, an associate at Lewis Babcock in Columbia, South Carolina is a litigation attorney representing clients in the areas of fiduciary negligence, business disputes, eminent domain cases, and appeals.
Lewis Babcock, L.L.P. is a litigation law firm with a statewide practice and a national reputation. Led by founding partner Keith Babcock, the attorneys have significant experience representing plaintiff and defense clients all across South Carolina. The firm is known for their work representing clients in eminent domain cases, business disputes, professional negligence and appeals. For more information click here or go to www.lewisbabcock.com.