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After graduating from Harvard College, Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School, Carl Muller returned to South Carolina to practice law. During the ensuing 44 years, he has handled a wide variety of cases for both individuals and corporations. For example, he has arranged transactions on Wall Street and also worked with the United States Department of Justice on a major Medicare fraud case. He understands business as well as the law.  He also understands the multi-faceted value of public service.

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Kay Kelly assists in case management, maintains administrative systems and performs general accounting functions for the firm. She has diverse education from business and accounting to art education, attending Daytona State College and completing at Anderson University. She has 30 plus years in the accounting and legal fields of family court, intellectual property and corporate litigation. Faith, family and friends are her passion along with the great outdoors, a really good book and gardening.


In addition to team expert Vikki Wulf, we have deep relationships with other highly regarded lawyers and law firms throughout South Carolina. We have access to other resources, as well. For example, we have personal relationships with leading individuals in private equity, venture capital, investment banking, and commercial lending.  When necessary, we call upon them, always with our client’s blessing.

Vikki Wulf


Upon graduation from Harvard Law School where she was the Law Review Publication Editor, Vikki Wulf clerked for Judge David Ebel, Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Colorado. After working with two of Florida’s largest law firms, she relocated to Boulder, Colorado where she became General Counsel and Senior Vice President of Noodles & Company.  Vikki has 21 years of experience in litigation, appeals, and business law.  She is admitted to the Colorado State Bar.  She has chosen to apply her talents to selected research and writing projects and decided not to be admitted to the South Carolina Bar.

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