November 2, 2020 – GaffneyLewis LLC is pleased to announce that Emmanuel Ferguson has joined the firm as an attorney in the firm’s Charleston office.

In addition to private practice experience, Ferguson served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Charleston location of the United States Attorney’s Office where he litigated cases before the U.S. District court judges and juries. Ferguson worked as an assistant solicitor in the Charleston County Solicitor’s Office, and he was recently appointed by Charleston City Council as a municipal judge. Ferguson is a graduate of the College of Charleston and the Charleston School of Law.

“We are so pleased to have Emmanuel join the firm and know that he will be an asset to our team and our clients,” said Robert Blain, managing partner of the Charleston office.

Ferguson will focus his practice in the areas of tort law and personal injury, primarily representing businesses in cases across the state of South Carolina.



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Important Update

Important Update

GaffneyLewis, like a number of law firms, has enacted full-time remote operations in an effort to reduce rates of transmission of the Covid-19 virus.

Although we will not be physically present in our offices, we have confirmed our remote access tools and our business continuity procedures are in place to ensure our business operations remain fully functional. It is our goal to maintain business operations as usual in a way that protects our staff, clients and visitors. We would like to assure you that every member of our team continues to work diligently to maintain the level of service that we strive to provide every day.


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Court hearings, mediations and other conferences and client meetings will be held via teleconference or video conference.

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