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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

On Wednesday, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published the following five decisions: One Bell Hall v. Trammell Crow was an appeal of a civil matter, in which Tamko Building Products, Inc. (“Tamko”) appeal the circuit court’s denial of its motion … Continue reading

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June 18, 2014 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinions

In the Matter of Kristie Ann McAuley McAuley served as a deputy public defender. She represented defendants not eligible for representation by the public defender and accepted payment from one defendant. She agreed to discipline and the Court suspended her … Continue reading

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May 5, 2014 4th Circuit published opinions

Santos v Accenture Federal Services, LLC Santos Sued Services for age discrimination and other claims. Services moved to compel arbitration under Santos’ employment agreement which the distract court granted. The panel affirmed. It held that the nonenforcability provision in 7 … Continue reading

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September 4, 2013 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinions

York and Christy v Dodgeland of Columbia, Inc. York and Christy each purchased a car form a dealership. Each dealership added a documentation fee. York and Christie jointly sued the dealerships and sought class action status. The dealerships moved to … Continue reading

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August 14, 2013 South Carolina Supeme Court published opinions

Bardsley v Government Employees Insurance Company A drunk driver drove into Bardsley’s home killing her husband. After settling her wrongful death suit, she sought underinsured motorist property coverage from GEICO which refused. The trial court ordered GEICO to pay Bardsley … Continue reading

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June 20, 2013 United States Supreme Court opinions

Descamps v United States Descamps’ felon in possession sentence was enhanced based on the district court’s determination that his California burglary conviction, which is an indivisible statute with broader scope than generic burglary, was a predicate offense. The 9th Circuit … Continue reading

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June 12, 2013 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinions

Graham v Welch Roberts and Amburn, LLP Graham sued Welch alleging professional malpractice for Welch’s failure to pay an outstanding tax debt. The trail court granted summary judgment ruling the three year limitation period had run. The panel affirmed. It … Continue reading

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