Small firm focusing on federal white collar civil and criminal cases including health care, anti-trust, environmental and business crimes.
State court civil and criminal practice and representation of local governmental entities. Government practice includes zoning, land use, 1983, takings and other regulatory areas. The firm also handles complex litigation in federal and state courts. Certified Mediator, South Carolina Bar.
2500 City Hall Lane
North Charleston SC 29406
The Law Offices of J. Brady Hair is a small firm focused on White Collar Criminal Defense.
Other Practice Areas include: Government Law Mediation White Collar Criminal Defense
Government; Complex Litigation; Criminal Law; Appellate Practice; Trial Practice; Federal Practice; Constitutional Law; Qui Tam Litigation; False Claims Act; Business Crimes; Civil Litigation
1995, South Carolina and U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina; 1998, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; 2007 U.S. Supreme Court
Case Western Reserve University, J.D.
South Carolina Bar.
Author: "Punitive Policies: Constitutional Hazards of Non-Consensual Testing of Women For Prenatal Drug Use," Article, Health Matrix, Journal of Law and Medicine, Vol.5, No.2, Summer 1995. Co-author: "Health Care Fraud & Collateral Consequences Book," South Carolina Bar, 2000. Former Assistant United States Attorney, 2002. Deputy City Attorney, 1996-2001 and 2003—.
Charleston, South Carolina, February 13, 1970
Evening Post Publishing Co. v. City of North Charleston, 611 S.E.2d 496 (S.C. 2005); City of North Charleston v. County of Charleston, 611 S.E.2d 920 (S.C. 2005); U.S. v. Chisolm, 53 Fed.Appx. 228, 2002 WL 31697133 (4th Cir.(S.C.)) (Not selected for publication in the Federal Reporter) (4th Cir.(S.C.), Dec 03, 2002) (NO. 02-4285); U.S. v. Rollins, 47 Fed.Appx. 236, 2002 WL 31133260 (4th.Cir.(S.C.)) (Not selected for publication in the Federal Reporter) (4th Cir.(S.C.), Sep 27, 2002) (NO. 02-4044); U.S. v. Stewart, 42 Fed.Appx. 615, 2002 WL 1767199 (4th Cir.(S.C.)) (Not selected for publication in the Federal Reporter) (4th Cir.(S.C.), Aug 01, 2002) (NO. 02-6675); Perez v. University of Charleston, 201 F.3d 436 (Table, Text in WESTLAW), Unpublished Disposition, 1999 WL 1016301 (4th Cir.(S.C.), Nov 09, 1999) (NO. 99-1745); Condor, Inc. v. Board of Zoning Appeals, City of North Charleston, 328 S.C. 173, 493 S.E.2d 342 (S.C., Nov 10, 1997) (NO. 24710); Condor, Inc. v. City of North Charleston, 493 S.E.2d 342 (S.C., 1997); Covenant Media of South Carolina v. City of North Charleston, 493F3d 421 (4th Cir. 2007); Covenant Media of South Carolina v. City of North Charleston, 2006 WL 1967308 (D.S.C. 2006).
Case Western Reserve University