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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinions- 4-27-2017

On Wednesday, April 27, 2017, the South Carolina Supreme Court published two opinions: In Machin v. Carcus Corporation, the Court answered four certified questions for the U.S. District Court addressing the legislative tension at the intersection of worker’s compensation and … Continue reading

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Opinions from South Carolina Court of Appeals

Today, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published two opinions: Taylors v. Heirs of William Taylor,  involves a property dispute between families competing for ownership of a ten acre tract of land in Beaufort County. The master-in-equity granted title for the … Continue reading

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Today’s opinions from the South Carolina Supreme Court.

Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court published four opinions: In the Matter of Robert Glenn Bacon, the Court suspended a lawyer. In Lewis v. L.B. Dynasty, the Court reversed the court of appeals’ opinion and remanded the Petitioner’s compensation to … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

The Court of Appeals published two opinions: In Argoe v. Three Rivers Behavioral Health, is an appeal of a medical malpractice action. The Appellant asserted that the circuit court erred in granting all respondents partial summary judgment. The Court held … Continue reading

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South Carolina Court of Appeals’ Opinions

In March, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published seven opinions: Fay v. Total Quality Logistics was a cross appeal involving the enforceability of an employee noncompete, confidentiality, and nonsolicitation agreement. The Court of Appeals found that the Agreement did not … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinions for March

In March, the Supreme Court published four opinions: In Clemmons v. Lowe’s Home Centers, the Court determined whether a claimant’s ability to work can affect his entitlement to disability benefits under the scheduled-member statute of the South Carolina Worker’s Compensation … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court opinions

In February, the South Carolina Supreme Court published eight opinions: In Lightner v. Hampton Hall Club, Inc., Lightner (Respondent) brought this action against Hampton Hall Club, the State of South Carolina, and the South Carolina Department of Revenue (“SCDOR”), Beaufort … Continue reading

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