Richard L. Few, Jr.LWT&M: Richard L. Few, Jr.
...Richard L. Few, Jr.Direct: 864-240-2473Fax: 864-240-2479Email: email@example.com
practice includes tax planning and structuring business entities, business sales, acquisitions and reorganizations, private placements of securities, and commercial and public financings.In addition, he
is heavily involved in transactions providing economic incentives to businesses relocating or expanding in South Carolina with a particular emphasis on property tax incentive transactions for manufacturing businesses.Mr. Few
also currently serves as the firm's Managing Director.
Special Recognitions:Mr. Few
has been active in professional, business, and civic organizations throughout his
career.He has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Greenville Estate Planning Council and was its Chairman in 1988-89.He has served on the Board of Directors of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and is currently a member of its Tax Committee, which takes an active role in promoting state legislation favorable to businesses in South Carolina.In addition, he has been active with the Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce and chaired its Government Affairs Department Board for several years.From 1986 to 1991, he was appointed by Greenville County Council as a member of the Greenville County Planning Commission, which is responsible for controlling the land use planning, zoning and development of property throughout the county.From 1995 to 1998, Mr. Few was appointed by the Director of the South Carolina Department of Revenue to serve on its Blue Ribbon Advisory Board and its Economic Development Incentives Committee and was appointed by the Secretary of the South Carolina Department of Commerce as a member of the Coordinating Council for Economic Development Advisory Committee.Serving on these committees, Mr. Few was instrumental in drafting legislation to provide tax and other incentives to encourage business and industrial development in South Carolina.
Community Activities:Mr. Few has served as a director on a number of civic and charitable organizations, including the American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Greenville Little Theatre, Greenville Humane Society, United Ministries and the Leadership Greenville Forum.He was Chairman of the Greenville County Chapter of the American Red Cross from 1986 to 1988 and was given the Henri Dunant Award for Outstanding Male Volunteer in 1988.