Kim S. Miller Family Enterprise Institute of South Carolina Announces Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd as an Affiliate Partner
The Kim S. Miller Family Enterprise Institute of South Carolina is honored to have Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A. join as an Affiliate Partner.
Family enterprises are unique and critical to the economy of South Carolina. In fact, some of the businesses founded in South Carolina are among the oldest and most successful family businesses in the United States. But, success, whether as a family, a business, or both, does not happen by accident. The Kim S. Miller Family Enterprise Institute of South Carolina is here to help family enterprises thrive.
Brad Bechtold, executive director of The Kim S. Miller Family Enterprise Institute of South Carolina said, “Having Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd as an Affiliate Partner will add significant value to the members of the Institute. Affiliate Partners have a unique opportunity to support The Kim S. Miller Family Enterprise Institute of South Carolina at Anderson University.”
Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd regularly advises family businesses on corporate governance, tax issues, estate and succession planning, retirement plan issues, employment law matters and real estate law. And, should an issue arise, the firm’s litigation team has extensive experience representing clients in litigation involving contract disputes, business torts, fiduciary law and family partnership disputes or dissolutions. With a history dating back to 1887, Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd is one of the largest law firms in South Carolina, with more than 115 attorneys across offices in Charleston, Columbia, Florence and Greenville, South Carolina and Raleigh, North Carolina.
“We are thrilled to be a member of The Kim S. Miller Family Enterprise Institute of South Carolina at Anderson University,” said Nick Nicholson, Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s managing director. “The FEISC provides a welcome opportunity for the firm to share best practices and collaborate with family businesses, which play a large and important role in our state. We look forward to our association with these family-owned enterprises, to help our communities thrive across the state.”