For most cases, my first interactions with new and potential clients comes during the initial employment law consult. Due to COVID-19 precautions, these consultations have been taking place via telephone or Zoom, although I imagine in-person consults will be returning... read more
Two Horton Law Firm Employment attorneys were recently recognized by the South Carolina Super Lawyers for their work in the the Labor and Employment Law field. Jeremy R. Summerlin (Partner/Shareholder) was named as a Rising Star by the South Carolina Super Lawyers in... read more
I wrote last week about whether a SC employee can be fired for refusing to get the COVID 19 vaccination. While the answer appears to be yes (with some exceptions), the question remains as to whether companies will exercise that right to force employees to get the... read more
With the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out in full swing across South Carolina, many South Carolina employees have asked our South Carolina employment lawyers here at the Horton Law Firm whether or not a company can force them to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of... read more
New Jobs Are Stressful–Non-Compete Agreements Certainly Don’t Help For most South Carolina employees, starting a new job comes with a wave of stress and a unique set of challenges. The employee will have to integrate into the new company culture, develop... read more
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