Moore Taylor Law Changes Name to Moore Bradley Myers

West Columbia, S.C. – Formerly the Moore Taylor Law Firm, Moore Bradley Myers continues to be a counsel for generations with a new name and look while maintaining a steadfast commitment to community partnerships and client satisfaction.

Named for Jake Moore, James Bradley and Stanley Myers, MBM is changing more than just its name. The firm has a new logo, designed by MPA Strategies, with creative lettering and updated colors. This summer, a new website will be ready to showcase the variety of practice areas, attorney biographies, recognitions, and contact information.

“This process started well over a year ago,” said Jake Moore, Senior Partner. “With Mark Taylor retiring, we knew we had to get a new name, and with that comes a sense of energy and excitement as we did a refresh on just about everything. We are not starting over; we are building more than 150 years of experience from our attorneys and moving forward with our decades-long relationship with this region and our clients.”

MBM attorneys provide comprehensive legal advice and representation and include former judges, prosecutors, and Army JAG officers, as well as former teachers and business executives. Six attorneys have been selected as Super Lawyers and two as Rising Stars by the national Super Lawyer magazine and five were honored as 2020 Midlands Legal Elite by Columbia Business Monthly.

MBM will host a few community events for the public in the coming months to promote the new name, sign and brand.

About Moore Bradley Myers: Since 1971, Moore Bradley Myers has been representing government agencies, businesses large and small, and individuals across South Carolina. As of now, we have more than 40 employees working as support staff, paralegals, and attorneys with offices in both Saluda and Columbia. Find out more by visiting our website at, or following us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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