PGWH Attorney joins USC School of Law Faculty

GREENVILLE, SC -- David S. Wyatt, Esq., of the Pfeiffer Gleaton Wyatt Hewitt, P.A. law firm, has joined the faculty of the University of South Carolina School of Law as an adjunct professor.

Wyatt will team-teach a class on Entertainment Law this semester with Joseph McCulloch, a litigation attorney that has been teaching Entertainment and Sports Law at the Law School for almost 20 years.

Wyatt will teach the Sports Law class starting in the fall of 2011. Wyatt brings more than 15 years experience representing musicians and athletes. He also is a registered NFL Contractor Advisor (“Agent”) and president of Wyatt Sports.

Wyatt is a partner at PGWH. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and law from Clemson University and his law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law. He handles general business law, sports laws, commercial and residential real estate, entertainment law, corporate litigation, copyrights and mediation among other areas of law.

Pfeiffer Gleaton Wyatt Hewitt, PA is a boutique law firm that develops effective strategies for addressing complex legal issues, because they apply the knowledge and experience gained working in large, prominent law firms and brings that expertise to a small-firm feel.
They provide knowledgeable counsel in the areas of international and domestic business law and immigration; commercial transactions; corporate, commercial, trust and real estate litigation; residential and commercial property transactions and development counsel and entertainment and sports law as well as alternative dispute resolution.

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