While Wyche offers myriad services through its varied practice areas, we have five core practice groups.
The experience of our litigators is both broad and deep. Three have clerked for Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, and many have clerked for leading Judges of the U.S. Courts of Appeals, the U.S. District Courts, and the S.C. appellate courts. Our litigators include members of the American Law Institute, former Presidents of the South Carolina and Greenville County Bars and the S.C. Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers, and permanent members of the U.S. Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference.
Wyche is committed to provide top-flight service to our corporate clients. We take a deep interest in our clients and the success of their businesses, and we strive to provide them with the legal advice and experience that will help them to thrive. We bring to the table the legal judgment that comes from participation in some of the region’s leading and most innovative transactions in areas such as economic incentives, entrepreneur services, mergers and acquisitions, securities and corporate finance, and venture capital and private equity. We also focus relentlessly on responsiveness to client needs.
Wyche’s commercial real estate practice has been a cornerstone of the firm since its founding. Our clients include real estate developers, entrepreneurs, companies with owned or leased real estate, banks and other lenders, pension fund advisors, private investment funds and other institutional investors, not-for-profit corporations, governmental agencies, and other domestic and foreign owners of real estate in the United States. We bring extensive experience to a wide variety of sophisticated real estate transactions.
Wyche represents individuals and companies in virtually every aspect of employment law. Our employment practice reflects Wyche’s strong and innovative litigation capacity. We vigorously advocate for our clients in employment-related claims before federal and state courts, federal and state agencies, and arbitration panels. Wyche also provides advice and counseling to clients before problems emerge, helping to develop policies and procedures that limit workplace disputes and reduce exposure to costly litigation.
Environmental law is a rapidly changing field, where governing authorities are highly technical and risks can be difficult to assess. Our environmental and sustainability practice group assists clients in navigating the complex maze of environmental laws and proactively seeking ways to improve business practices.