Carlyle Cromer began his law career as a litigator, representing clients in wide-ranging disputes within the commercial sphere. During that time, he represented homeowners associations, lenders, large corporations, small local businesses, and individuals in cases involving a variety of claims. Carlyle also took matters through the appellate process, successfully arguing cases in the South Carolina Supreme Court and South Carolina Court of Appeals.
Today, Carlyle maintains an active business transactions practice. Carlyle advises clients in the formation, operation, and dissolution of entities and on matters such as mergers and acquisitions. Carlyle also assists his clients in contract negotiation and drafting, as well as providing business counseling on day-to-day issues. Carlyle worked in banking before attending law school, and this experience, along with his experience as a business litigator, enables him to understand the challenges facing his clients and to provide risk mitigation strategies.
Carlyle attended Wofford College and the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he served as associate editor in chief of the South Carolina Law Review. Outside of the office, Carlyle enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife.