What we’re about
Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman seeks not only the right skill set for positions but the right complement to our distinct culture. We have high expectations for our team but we offer a relaxed, friendly culture which facilitates that drive to achieve. With a broad array of experiences and perspectives, we have the added benefit of historical knowledge and openness to innovative suggestions. All of the RPWB team operates by the highest level of ethical standards.
RPWB provides a competitive salary and benefits package. Some of the benefits our employees enjoy are:
- Medical, Dental & Vision plans
- Active wellness programs with incentives to cover medical costs
- Health Savings Account and Flexible Spending Accounts that allow pre-tax savings
- Voluntary Life Insurance, AD&D, Cancer, Short Term Disability, Specified Health Event & Accident Coverage at group rates
- Long Term Disability and Basic Life & AD&D provided at no cost to employees
- Ten paid holidays each year
- Paid time off and extended sick leave benefits
- 401(k) Plan with eligibility after 90 days of service and firm match after one year of service
At RPWB we work hard, but we play hard, too. We regularly initiate community events to give our staff a chance to connect outside of work and to ensure that RPWB’s team is helping to build a stronger, healthier society in our local communities.
Who we’re looking for
If you’re a hard worker, professional and have a team attitude, you are welcome to send us your resume. We would love to consider you the next time we have an opening that fits your qualifications.
For more information, please e-mail RPWB Human Resources Director, Linda Richards at email@example.com
Summer Clerkship Program
Our summer clerks are highly motivated second-year law students who are interested in beginning careers in complex litigation. The firm prefers that all applicants be in the top 20% of their class. Because our clerks perform extensive research and drafting, we traditionally hire clerks who are members of the editorial board of a law review or other legal publication. Participation in moot court and/or trial competitions is also preferred.
Law clerks work directly with supervising attorneys and assist with ongoing litigation by performing legal research and drafting legal memoranda and pleadings. Clerks are afforded the opportunity to put law school study and theory into practice in a fast-paced but collegial office environment. Whenever possible, clerks have the opportunity to associate with judges, attorneys, and clients, all while working on actual cases. The ultimate goal of the program is to allow both the firm and its summer clerks to determine how well each would fit in a long-term, legal practice setting.
NOTICE TO 2L APPLICANTS FOR SUMMER CLERKSHIPS
If you wish to apply for a Summer Clerkship, you may submit your application beginning in June, but no later than September 30th, of the year before the summer in question. Please send a cover letter, resume, and grade sheet to Aaron Dias at firstname.lastname@example.org or to 1037 Chuck Dawley Boulevard, Building A, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, 29464.
Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook, & Brickman, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, medical condition, disability, national origin, ethnicity or any other basis that is prohibited by state or federal law.
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Mar 02, 2020
How are Mesothelioma Lawsuits Paid Out?
By Ken Wilson Some of the most frequent questions we get about mesothelioma lawsuits concern how they are ultimately paid out to clients and how long it will all take. To address those questions, let me give you a little bit of context about how mesothelioma lawsuits work. When a person is diagnosed with mesothelioma, […]READ MORE
Feb 21, 2020
Terry Richardson Honored with the 2020 War Horse Award
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana — RPWB founding attorney Terry Richardson was honored with the War Horse Award by the Southern Trial Lawyers Association this week, a distinction recognizing his contributions to the legal profession over the past 40 years. From the nameplate on his desk (“Illegitimis non carborundum” – Don’t let the bastards wear you down) […]READ MORE
Feb 02, 2020
$1.5 Billion Syngenta Corn Farmer Settlement Finalized
Corn Farmer Settlement Checks Are On The Way This week we received some very good news for corn farmers nationwide who suffered price losses associated with the botched launch of genetically-modified corn seed by Syngenta in 2013. On January 3, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas in Kansas City approved a […]READ MORE
Feb 01, 2020
RPWB is a 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Law Firm
CHARLESTON, S.C. – U.S. News & World Report has named Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman as a 2020 Best Law Firm for the firm’s work in personal injury, mass torts and class actions, product liability, medical malpractice, securities litigation, healthcare law and railroad law. U.S. News’ announcement came on the heels of the 2020 Best […]READ MORE
Jan 31, 2020
16 RPWB Lawyers Selected For Best Lawyers List
CHARLESTON – RPWB was once again the top-listed plaintiff law firm in South Carolina for product liability cases as well as mass tort and class action lawsuits in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®, which was released in August 2019. In total, 16 RPWB attorneys were designated as 2020 Best Lawyers, including […]READ MORE
Jan 30, 2020
Asbestos causes mesothelioma, and now scientists know why
It is no secret that exposure to asbestos causes cancer. However, while scientists definitively established this link decades ago, the exact mechanism was still a mystery. A recent study apparently demonstrates just how asbestos causes mesothelioma, which at some point in the future could possibly be helpful to doctors in South Carolina who treat patients […]READ MORE
Jan 22, 2020
Study confirms link between cosmetic products and mesothelioma
Wearing makeup and using other cosmetic products is quite common in South Carolina. Unfortunately, just because something is common does not mean it is safe. For example, asbestos contamination is shockingly common in the cosmetics industry. A recent study established a definite link between the deadly cancer mesothelioma and asbestos found in many cosmetic products. […]READ MORE
Jan 18, 2020
FDA pushes for more testing amid asbestos exposure concern
Current asbestos testing standards for industries that use talc are fairly loose. As recent reports have shown that many products contain this toxic substance, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is pushing for new testing standards. If implemented, it could possibly lower the risk of asbestos exposure for people in South Carolina and across the […]READ MORE
Jan 17, 2020
Is diagnosing mesothelioma difficult?
If you’ve worked in a job that exposed you to asbestos, you may already know the risk for mesothelioma. But when the disease takes years to show up, how do doctors know whether or not you have it? Mesothelioma is a rare disease. And many different illnesses have similar symptoms. To diagnose patients, doctors must […]READ MORE
Jan 15, 2020
How can I find clinical trials for mesothelioma?
If you have mesothelioma from asbestos exposure, you know that only limited treatment exists. However, science is always searching for new ways to treat or cure the disease. If you have exhausted your options for treatment, a clinical trial can test out a new way to fight your mesothelioma. Your doctor may be aware of […]READ MORE
Jan 08, 2020
Asbestos litigation: Johnson & Johnson faces another lawsuit
South Carolina consumers should feel confident that they are making safe purchases, but this is unfortunately more difficult than it seems. Companies are frequently more concerned with their own bottom lines than they are with the health and safety of their customers. Concerned over citizens’ safety, one state is engaging in asbestos litigation against Valeant […]READ MORE
Dec 31, 2019
Construction workers learn of asbestos exposure months later
There is a very good reason that asbestos abatement is tightly regulated in South Carolina. When mishandled, asbestos fibers are released into the air. Those airborne fibers are easily inhaled. For those who do not quite understand just how serious this is, it is important to know that asbestos exposure can lead to a number […]READ MORE
Dec 23, 2019
Miners, construction workers at higher risk for mesothelioma
Asbestos has not disappeared from South Carolina. Whether from old buildings and products or in new uses, asbestos can still be found in many — all over and even in the workplace. Almost anyone could be at risk for exposure, but there are some who face an even greater risk than others. Here are some […]READ MORE
Dec 18, 2019
Renovations caused asbestos exposure for residents, workers
Having a safe place to live is important for the health and safety of all South Carolina residents. No one really wants to face ongoing health threats at home. Unseen dangers can be anywhere, though. For some people, a particularly troublesome unseen danger is asbestos exposure, which can cause life-threatening illnesses. The Occupational Safety and […]READ MORE
Dec 11, 2019
You have probably been affected by asbestos exposure
There are many valid concerns about being exposed to the toxic substance known as asbestos. Since asbestos exposure is known to cause mesothelioma and other fatal diseases, most people want to avoid it at all costs. However, many people in South Carolina have been exposed to asbestos on at least one occasion. Limited exposure to […]READ MORE