Callison Tighe gives $10,000 to help Harvest Hope Food Bank feed Central SC

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Callison Tighe & Robinson has contributed $10,000 to Harvest Hope Food Bank, marking the second year in a row that the law firm has reached out during the holiday season to people in need. The donation will help hungry families in the 20 central South Carolina counties Harvest Hope serves. “South Carolina […]

Posted on December 14th, 2010


Callison Tighe’s Tighe rated among the Legal Elite in the Midlands

Michael W. Tighe, managing member of Callison Tighe & Robinson, has been named to Greater Columbia Business Monthly’s 2010 Legal Elite. The distinction came after the publication asked lawyers who live and work in the Midlands to vote on their peers in eight practice areas. The voting narrowed the field of 250 nominees Top 10 […]

Posted on October 21st, 2010


Callison Tighe conference room doubles as a Civil War museum

COLUMBIA, SC — When Mike Tighe of Callison Tighe & Robinson ushers clients into the Columbia firm’s mahogany-paneled conference room, he knows they’re in for a rare treat. And it’s not just a legal briefing, either. Read the full story at DolanMedia.com. 

Posted on September 22nd, 2010


Callison Tighe’s Meggs featured on Drudge Report home page

An article featuring Callison Tighe & Robinson attorney Jim Meggs appeared this week on the home page of The Drudge Report, one of the most popular news aggregation sites on the Web. The Drudge Report is an online publication that compiles news from across the world, publishing links to stories of interest. Wednesday morning, Drudge […]

Posted on September 16th, 2010


South Carolina Supreme Court affirms summary judgment in property case

South Carolina Supreme Court has affirmed summary judgment grant for the defendant in Sara Mae Robinson, et al. v. The Estate of Elouis Pinckney Harris, et al.,Op. No. 26865 (filed August 16, 2010). In an heirs property case concerning property in Charleston County, the South Carolina Supreme Court recently affirmed the grant of summary judgment […]

Posted on August 25th, 2010