Bobby Byrd has more than three decades of litigation experience, primarily representing national and community banks, commercial finance companies, special servicers, and other lending institutions in connection with non-performing loans. His experience includes judicial foreclosures, actions to collect promissory notes, guaranty suits, bankruptcy proceedings, and claim and delivery (replevin) actions, in addition to defending entities against lender liability claims.
He also handles real estate-related litigation, including construction litigation, reformation and quiet title actions, boundary and easement disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, and tax sale litigation. In addition, Bobby represents parties to disputes arising out of commercial contracts and other business arrangements, including partnership disputes, business dissolutions, and other types of commercial litigation. He also has considerable experience handling first-party insurance litigation, including coverage disputes and bad faith actions. He is admitted to all state and federal courts in South Carolina, as well as the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
When he is not practicing law, Bobby is very involved in church and community activities. He currently serves as president of the Charleston Stage Company's board of trustees. He has also served on the Charleston Habitat for Humanity's board of directors and can usually be found at a Habitat construction site on Saturday mornings.