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Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig

dcraig@jshwlaw.com

Born: Woodruff, South Carolina

Education: University of South Carolina (B.S., 2010); University of South Carolina School of Law (J.D., 2013)

Admitted to Bar: 2013, South Carolina

Member: South Carolina Bar

Practice Areas: Commercial and Residential Real Estate; Economic Incentives; Business Transactions; Government Relations

Daniel A. Craig

PARTNER


Daniel Craig joined the firm in 2015 after serving for two years in a position with the South Carolina Supreme Court. His practice areas include real estate (commercial and residential), business transactions, and economic incentives. Daniel regularly represents buyers and sellers in commercial real estate transactions. Daniel has experience representing large commercial real estate developers in the development of industrial business parks and other commercial developments. Daniel represents both companies and counties in economic incentive transactions, including fee-in-lieu of tax agreements, special source credit agreements, and other state tax credits.

Professional/Civic Activities: Chair, Spartanburg Young Professionals

Awards/Honors: Daniel received the Compleat Lawyer Bronze Award at his law school graduation in 2013. He was the recipient of the 2019 C. Bruce Littlejohn Young Lawyer Award presented by the Spartanburg County Bar and the 2019 LSAA Emerging Leader Award presented by the Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association.

 

 

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