Monthly Archives: October 2015

HEINONLINE: NEW CONTENTS AND FEATURES

Take a look at HeinOnline’s new home page. They have recently introduced an enhanced interface and the addition of millions of pages to their contents. A new look, new features, and increased speed are noticeable. For a full description of … Continue reading

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Today’s Opinions from the South Carolina Supreme Court

Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court published two opinions: Walker v. Brooks and Hudson v. Hudson. Walker v. Brooks, was a familial dispute over property. Kenneth Walker (Decedent) deeded to his sister, Catherine Brooks forty acres of property in two separate … Continue reading

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South Carolina Court of Appeals’ Opinion

On Wednesday, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published an opinion in First South Bank v. South Causeway. This was an appeal of a commercial foreclosure action, in which South Causeway argued the circuit court erred by (1) directing a … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

Check out: 3 Things Associates Should Never Say 4 Things You Should Never Say to an Associate CaseText’s Crowdsourced Citator Gains Traction, Passes 67,000 Entries Dewey Execs Still Serve as a Cautionary Tale Google’s Book Copying Project Isn’t Infringement, 2nd … Continue reading

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Today’s South Carolina Supreme Court Opinions

Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court published two opinions: Wilds v. State and In the Matter of Douglas M. Schmidt. In Wilds v. State, the Court dismisses certiorari as improvidently granted. In the Matter of Douglas M. Schmidt, the Court … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

For your reading pleasure and professional responsibilities, check out: 5 Law Firm E-Discovery Models: Which Is Right for You? Email Searches and Specialists: 2 More E-Discovery Cases Making Headlines How Law Schools Can Best Serve the Modern-Day Student How to … Continue reading

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Library Hours, Fall Break, and ExamSoft

The law library will be open its usual operating hours over the Fall Break, scheduled for October 15th – 18th.  Enjoy your break, be productive, and travel safely! While it is hard to believe, the semester is half way over, … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

 For your reading pleasure, check out:  3 Supreme Court Cases with Potential Fallout for Employers  Bar Exam Musings: Skillfully Changing the Bar Exam Narrative  Chemerinsky: New Term’s Most Important Cases–So Far  Depressed? Anxious? This Quiz Aims to Help Lawyers  Florida … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinions

Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court published two opinions:  Moore v. Moore and Proctor v. Whitlark & Whitlark. Moore v. Moore was cross-appeals from Whitney Moore (Wife) and Arthur Moore, III (Husband) from a family court order valuing and dividing … Continue reading

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Opinion from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

On Wednesday, September 30th, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published Boggero v. SCDOR. Eugienia Boggero, owner of Boggero’s Portable Toilets appealed an order of the Administrative Law Court (“ALC”) finding the gross proceeds from her portable toilet business was … Continue reading

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