The first signs of trouble for talcum powder emerged in the ‘70s, as scientists found a link to cancer in women—case studies showed that talc was deeply embedded into ovarian cancer.
Business Black Box magazine recently featured Bell Legal Group founder Ed Bell in a profile written by Jordana Megonigal.
In a recent article for The Post and Courier, Deanna Pan profiled Bell Legal Group founding partner Ed Bell and his new role as president of the Charleston School of Law.
Taylor Brooks, of South Strand News, recently profiled Bell Legal Group founding partner and newly appointed president of the Charleston School of Law, Ed Bell.
GEORGETOWN, August 21, 2012- J. Edward (Ed) Bell III, founding partner of the Bell Legal Group of Georgetown, SC, has been selected by his peers for the third consecutive year for inclusion in the 2013 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.” Mr. Bell, who has focused most of his 30-year law practice on representing […]
GEORGETOWN, S.C. – Bell Legal Group is pleased to announce that partner J. Ryan Heiskell has been formally admitted to practice law before the District of Columbia Superior Court and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. Mr. Heiskell was sworn in Friday, January 6, in a ceremony that took place in Washington, D.C., before […]
Attorney J. Edward Bell says new suit against The Citadel is coming soon Appearing on The Savage Report with Brendan Clark, Bell says the new victim claims a former Citadel Summer Camp counselor raped him. Attorney J Edward Bell appears on The Savage Report Attorney J. Edward Bell, III details new lawsuit in an interview […]
Related to alleged sexual abuse at Citadel summer camp BY GENE SAPAKOFF , GLENN SMITH Originally published 12:28 p.m., November 16, 2011 Updated 03:14 p.m., November 16, 2011 Two more alleged victims of convicted molester Michael Arpaio are expected to file lawsuits against the former Marine and The Citadel related to sexual abuse that reportedly occurred at […]
JEFFREY COLLINS Associated Press Writer September 4, 2009 COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – A federal judge has ordered a South Carolina-owned utility to pay seven landowners in the eastern part of the state a settlement that could amount to close to $200 million. In an order filed Friday, U.S. District Judge Patrick Duffy finalized his ruling […]
Accident Reconstruction Journal Volume 16, NO. 6 November/December 2006 A plaintiff’s verdict of $18,000,000 was announced after three weeks of trial by a team of several nationally known litigators, including J. Edward Bell, III, against Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F – News) as the result of a fatal 1999 car accident involving a 1995 Ford Explorer, […]