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The State Newspaper

by John Monk

October 03, 2021  5:00 AM

Badge Humphries was Course Planner and Moderator for the South Carolina Bar’s 2021 Annual Convention, the Torts and Insurance Practices Section course on Advanced Deposition Tactics. 

January 25, 2021

 

The South Carolina Bar held its 2021 Annual Convention virtually from January 21, 2021 through January 24, 2021.  One of the highlights was the Torts and Insurance Practices Section’s course on Advanced Deposition Tactics. Speakers discussed advanced deposition tactics to incorporate into attorneys’ torts and insurance practice. Sach Oliver started the afternoon lineup with “Depositions Are Trial” by discussing a philosophy and new way of thinking that can lead to unprecedented results for clients by being in trial at the depositions. Next, Mark Kosieradzki, the nation’s leading author on 30(b)(6) depositions, taught how to use Rule 30(b)(6) depositions to win the case and how to avoid being unprepared to handle them. Finally, Stephen Saltzburg, George Washington University Professor of Law and Director of the National Trial Advocacy College at the University of Virginia, discussed how to make depositions effective by examining adverse parties, 30(b)(6) witnesses, experts, and others. Badge Humphries was course planner and moderator.

Badge Humphries speaks on Rule 30(b)(6) Strategies at the South Carolina Association for Justice's 2020 Advanced Trial Lawyer College

December 5, 2020


At the South Carolina Association for Justice's annual Advanced Trial Lawyer College, held virtually on December 3 and 4, Badge Humphries spoke on Rule 30(b)(6) strategies.

Griffin Humphries represents plaintiffs in case against South Carolina Attorney General

October 1, 2020

 

Griffin Humphries LLC represents plaintiffs in a case against South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and the law firms of Willoughby & Hoefer, P.A. and Davidson, Wren & DeMasters, P.A. in connection with the payment of $75 million in attorneys’ fees to those law firms from a $600 million settlement between the State of South Carolina and the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Griffin Humphries LLC launched with offices in Charleston and Columbia

June 4, 2020

 

Griffin Humphries LLC was launched earlier this year by experienced attorneys Jim Griffin and Badge Humphries.

A litigation law firm with offices in Columbia and Charleston, South Carolina, they focus on matters[...]