Monthly Archives: January 2012

1/30 4th Ciruit published opinions

Prucencio v Holder The panel majority held term “crime involving moral turpitude” in the Immigration and naturalization Act provisions allowing removal of a legal permanent resident is unambiguous; the majority joined three other circuits in so holding; Immigration judges and … Continue reading

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Charleston Law Review Student Works Edition

Congratulations to the following students for their publication acceptances to the Charleston Law Review Student Works Edition: Josh Crowfoot, “Seller Beware!”: Making Necessary Revisions to the South Carolina Seller Disclosure Statement and South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Act  Catherine … Continue reading

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SC Attorney General to Appeal Department of Justice Refusal

According to the Sunday Post and Courier, the South Carolina Attorney General’s office is planning to file suit on Tuesday, January 31st, against the U.S.  Department of Justice for its December 23, 2011 refusal to allow the enforcement of South … Continue reading

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1/26 and 1/27 Fourth Circuit Opinions

Minor v. Bostwick Laboratories Intracompany oral complaints that satisfy the Kasten standard trigger antiretaliation provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act: US v. Gaines Suppression order affirmed. Assault on officers after illegal pull over of car and search of passenger was … Continue reading

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Hein Online Releases a New App for the iPad/iPhone

  Hein Online just released a new app for the iPhone and the iPad.   With this app, researchers and attorneys will be able to “access …the world’s largest image-based legal research database, HeinOnline….  View the image-based PDF’s, access content by citation, … Continue reading

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iPad Apps that Increase Law Firm Productivity

  Check out the post by the National Law Journal about iPad apps that increase law firm productivity.  While several apps are mentioned by name, I thought 4 stood out:  GoodReader, Rulebook, Quick Office Pro, & Newsstand.  GoodReader lets attorneys read … Continue reading

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Stephen Colbert: Rock Me Like a Herman Cain

 Enjoy!  Rock Me Like a Herman Cain South Cain-olina Primary Rally at the College of Charleston

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