Mr. Brumback focuses on a broad spectrum of general and complex litigation matters, commercial and employment law, as well as appellate work, which has resulted in Mr. Brumback arguing before the Supreme Court of South Carolina. In addition to his other areas of practice, Mr. Brumback also provides real estate closing services for residential and commercial properties. Mr. Brumback is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in South Carolina, the Federal District Court for the District of Colorado, the Fourth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, as well as the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C. Mr. Brumback also frequently practices before various federal and state agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, the South Carolina Human Affairs Commission, and the Department of Employment and Workforce, and the City of Greenville Board of Zoning Appeals.
Mr. Brumback is proficient in written and spoken French from his studies with the Vanderbilt-in-France program in Aix-en Provence, France.
Mr. Brumback was also a finalist in the Robert J. Grey, Jr. Negotiation Competition at Washington & Lee University School of Law.
Mr. Langley’s practice now focuses on a wide variety of litigation and business matters, including but not limited to, criminal defense, personal injury, commercial and corporate law, contract negotiation and real estate matters, and estate and probate law. Mr. Langley practices before all state courts in South Carolina as well as various federal and state agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board, the South Carolina Worker’s Compensation Commission, and the Executive Office for Immigration Review Immigration Court.
Since becoming a member of both the South Carolina and Texas Bars, Mr. Scully has developed a diverse practice that addresses a broad spectrum of client needs. While working in Texas Mr. Scully gained substantial experience working on matters including probate proceedings, estate planning, secured transactions, mergers and acquisitions, business formation, purchase and sale agreements, and general corporate law matters. Having recently moved to the Upstate to be with his wife who is a Greenville native, Mrs. Harriet Kilgore Scully, Mr. Scully now also applies the business-minded problem-solving he sharpened working for corporate clients in Texas to representing clients in South Carolina in both civil litigation and criminal defense matters.