Monthly Archives: October 2014

Decisions from the South Carolina Supreme Court

On Wednesday, October 22nd, the Supreme Court of South Carolina issued three opinions:  Jamison v. State, AJG Holdings v. Dunn, and S.C. Energy Users Committee v. SCE&G. In AJG Holdings v. Dunn, the Court affirmed the South Carolina Court of … Continue reading

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South Carolina Court of Appeals Decision

In Moorhead Construction, Inc. v. Enterprise Bank, the South Carolina Court of Appeals vacated the master’s award of money damages against Enterprise and remanded to the master. Moorhead was hired as the general contractor for a real estate project, involving three … Continue reading

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CaseText

Developed by law school graduates from  Stanford, UC Hastings College, and Yale in conjunction with engineers and mathematicians, CaseText provides its users with legal research materials, legal knowledge, current awareness, and connections.  According to its creators, CaseText was designed to achieve … Continue reading

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ClearViewSocial

ClearViewSocial, an app designed by attorney Adrian Dayton, to get lawyers sharing online, was unveiled last Thursday at the Legal Marketing Technology Conference  West.  According to the ClearViewSocial site, the app is designed to allow law firm marketers to email … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Deborah McGovern & Allison Jones

Congratulations to librarians Allison Jones and Deborah McGovern.  Both recently had articles published in South Carolina Libraries.  Deborah’s article, Engaging Your Library Patrons with Facebook, can be found here.    Allison’s article, Plan, Practice, Participate:  Tips for Libraries Considering Implementation … Continue reading

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Professor Derfner & Emergency Application to the United States Supreme Court

This morning Charleston School of Law Professor Armand Derfner, along with other colleagues, submitted an Emergency Application to Justice Scalia, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court and Circuit Justice for the 5th Circuit, on behalf of Veasey-Lulac.  The … Continue reading

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