John D. Harjehausen
(Of Counsel) born in Grand Island, Nebraska; admitted to the bar in Alaska, U.S. District Court, and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1997; admitted to the bar in 2007 in South Carolina, U.S. District Court, and Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Education: Washington State University (B.A. 1991); University of Wyoming (J.D. 1996); Licensed Residential Homebuilder (#23543)
Member: Greenville County and South Carolina Bar.
Practice Areas: Construction Law; Personal Injury and Commercial Litigation, and Insurance Defense
History: Prior to beginning his practice at Clarkson, Walsh & Coulter, P.A., he was a partner at DeLisio Moran Geraghty & Zobel, P.C., in Anchorage, Alaska, where he practiced for nine years. Mr. Harjehausen served as a law clerk to the Honorable Larry C. Zervos, Superior Court Judge, in Sitka, Alaska, from 1996 to 1997.
Reported Cases: Ten Woodruff Oaks, LLC v. Point Development, LLC, 385 S.C. 174, 683 S.E. 2d 510 (t. App 2009); McBride v. School District of Greenville County, 389 S.C. 546, 698 S.E. 2d 845 (Ct. App. 2010); Still v. Cunningham, 94 P.3d 1104 (Alaska 2004); Bradbury v. Chugach Elec. AssÃn, 71 P.3d 901 (Alaska 2003); Williams v. Abood, 53 P.3d 134 (Alaska 2002); Berger v. Wien Air Alaska, 995 P.2d 240 (Alaska 2000); Tietema v. State, 926 P.2d 952 (Wyo. 1996); Gronski v. State, 910 P.2d 561 (Wyo. 1996); In Interest of BLM, 902 P.2d 1288 (Wyo. 1995).