McNair Attorneys Selected as Members of the J. Bratton Davis American Inn of Court

Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina – November 26, 2018 – McNair is pleased to announce Michael Weaver and Weyman Carter have been selected as members of the J. Bratton Davis American Inn of Court.

Michael Weaver joins as an associate member, and Weyman Carter joins as Master. The J. Bratton Davis American Inn of Court is a society of judges, lawyers, and educators who seek to enhance the professional and ethical quality of the bankruptcy practice in South Carolina.

The mission of The American Inns of Court is to inspire the legal community to advance the rule of law by achieving the highest level of professionalism through example, education, and mentoring.

Michael Weaver assists clients with commercial bankruptcy, insolvency, restructuring, and creditors’ rights issues, and has significant experience in complex Chapter 11 cases. Michael represents financially distressed companies as well as lenders, landlords, trade creditors, trustees and creditors' committees in bankruptcy, insolvency and loan workout matters.

Weyman Carter helps creditors resolve nonperforming commercial accounts, whether that resolution is found in a federal bankruptcy court, a South Carolina state court or in an out of court workout.

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About McNair

McNair Law Firm serves clients at the intersection of business and government. With offices throughout South Carolina and in Charlotte, North Carolina, the firm continues to meet the changing needs of its clients, helping them address the challenges and opportunities of every economic cycle. McNair clients are companies and organizations in the manufacturing, banking and finance, telecommunications, energy, healthcare, technology, construction, and real estate industries as well as government entities, non-profit organizations, and individuals. For more information about McNair, visit www.mcnair.net.


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