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Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd Elects Three New Shareholders

January 05, 2021

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd is pleased to announce that Jane Bouch Stoney, Charles E. “Charlie” Ipock and J. Philip Land have been elected Shareholders in the firm.

Carter Deupree to Serve as Secretary of Leadership South Carolina Board of Trustees

September 30, 2020

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd is pleased to announce that Carter Deupree is serving as Secretary of Leadership South Carolina’s Board of Trustees.

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Bryan Kitz Selected for Leadership Charleston’s Class of 2021

September 21, 2020

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd is pleased to announce that Bryan Kitz has been selected to participate in the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Charleston Class of 2021.

77 Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers

August 20, 2020

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd is proud to announce that Best Lawyers®, a legal peer-review guide, has selected 77 attorneys for inclusion in The 2021 Best Lawyers in America©, including eight attorneys as “Lawyer of the Year” and seven attorneys as “Ones to Watch.”

Are incentives for mixed-use developments legitimate?

August 06, 2020

For some time now, questions have hovered over a certain kind of incentive deal. Where most agree that it’s fine to use incentives for manufacturers, distribution centers or corporate headquarters, what about large-scale mixed-use real estate developments? In particular, what if part of the project rents apartments?

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd Welcomes Four New Associates

December 17, 2019

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd is pleased to announce that David Caughran, Elliot Condon, Joseph Spate and Phillips Workman have joined the firm.

South Carolina's Economic Development Incentives

August 08, 2019

Each year, Area Development conducts a survey of site selection consultants to determine what factors are most important to companies looking to expand or relocate. Its 2018 survey identified state and local incentives as the fifth most important factor, behind skilled labor availability, proximity to major markets, highway accessibility, and labor costs. Those findings are consistent with the widely recognized view among economic development professionals that incentives alone will not bring a project to a community, but for competitive projects, they can be a key differentiator.