On Wednesday, July 8, 2023, the Supreme Court of South Carolina ordered the termination of a receiver of attorney Jane M. Randall following her suspension.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Jane M. Randall,” with case no. 2023-000665.

On May 31, 2023, the Supreme Court of South Carolina ordered the interim suspension of the respondent’s license. It further ordered that a receiver, Peyre T. Lumpkin, Esquire, be appointed to assume responsibility for the respondent’s client files, trust accounts, escrow accounts, operating accounts, and any other law office accounts the respondent may maintain as required by Rule 31, RLDE, Rule 413, SCACR. 

On June 2, 2023, the respondent filed a petition for rehearing requesting that the court reconsider the appointment of the receiver as there is an experienced lawyer associated with her firm, Carol Nash N. Hare, who is willing and capable of acting as a responsible party. The court finds Ms. Hare is capable of and shall be responsible for the protection of the respondent’s clients, and thus, an appointment of the receiver is unnecessary in the matter.

The Disposition states:

“Accordingly, the Receiver’s appointment is hereby terminated.  The Receiver shall transfer possession and control of Respondent’s client files and law office accounts and, if necessary, notify the United States Postmaster to redirect Respondent’s mail to Ms. Hare’saddress. Ms. Hare shall ensure Respondent’s clients are notified that she is now the firm’s responsible partner”

Attorney Randall attended the Memphis State University School of Law, graduating in 1985. She practices in Rockhill, South Carolina. She is licensed in South Carolina. Her info can be found on lawyer.com.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.