Welcome to Lesemann & Associates.  We are a dedicated team of litigation attorneys based in Charleston, South Carolina. Lawyers are often referred to as both “attorneys and counselors” at law. We take this title seriously, and consider our role to go beyond simply handling your legal matter.  Clients do not live in the uncertain world of litigation permanently.  They seek stability, resolution, and closure.  And a favorable outcome.  This is what we work to deliver.

MEET  OUR ATTORNEYS

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ELLIS R. LESEMANN

Ellis represents both plaintiffs and defendants from all walks of life and industries across a broad range of subject matters, working tirelessly to obtain his client’s objectives.  His prior experience includes positions as an associate and partner at national and regional law firms, including service as the Charleston Marketing Partner of a large regional firm.

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J. TAYLOR POWELL

Taylor works regularly with victims and families who have been harmed by the negligence or wrongful acts of others.  While at Lesemann & Associates, Taylor has helped clients achieve successful results in wrongful death cases where a loved one was killed because of the negligence or reckless actions of others.

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MICHELLE A. MATTHEWS

Michelle practices in the areas of civil litigation and business litigation. She represents individuals and business entities in disputes arising out of business relationships involving contractual and business tort claims, including claims of fraud, misrepresentation, and breach of fiduciary duty.

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