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Arbitration and Mediations

Barnwell Whaley South Carolina certified arbitrators and mediators are attorneys familiar with the law applicable to a specific dispute, and provide a neutral, balanced view to all parties in a lawsuit, often tempering unrealistic expectations and allowing disputes to be settled without an expensive trial.  Our certified mediators and arbitrators include:

M. Dawes Cooke, Jr.

B.C. Killough

Randell C. Stoney, Jr.

Phillip Ferderigos

Justin P. Novak

John Fletcher

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Put Barnwell Whaley attorneys to work for you, in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Attorneys for businesses and professionals since 1938.

At Barnwell Whaley our attorneys are more than just lawyers. They’re accountants, chemists, engineers, and MBAs, so they know their way around a board room or a laboratory every bit as well as they do around a court room.

Types of law practiced:

Widely respected for their work in complex litigation matters, Barnwell Whaley’s 18 members and associates focus on all areas of business law including complex civil litigation defense, patents, trademarks and intellectual property, professional malpractice defense, construction law, business law, business immigration, immigration litigation and products liability defense, among others. The firm counsels businesses in Charleston, South Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina, and throughout the Carolinas and the United States in Federal courts, and is engaged as counsel in several international matters involving intellectual property.

Representative clients:

Barnwell Whaley clients include Sawgrass Technologies, Bridgestone, The Medical University of South Carolina, the South Carolina Ports Authority, Traveler’s Insurance, CNA Insurance, Builders Insurance Group, AT&T, The Citadel (including its defense in the landmark case attempting to admit women to the institution in 1995), and Lloyds of London, among others.