Tag Archives: separation of powers

April 14, 2014 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinion

Amisub of South Carolina, Inc v South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Governor Haley vetoed the line item containing funding for the Certificate of need program administered by department. The South Carolina House of representatives sustained the line … Continue reading

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June 12, 2013 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinions

Health Promotion Specialists, LLC v South Carolina Board of Dentistry Board issue an emergency rule imposing a dental preauthorization requirement before dental hygienists could perform certain procedures in schools. Health sued to have the rule set aside. After various administrative … Continue reading

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April 24, 2013 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinions

In the Matter of J David Flowers Flowers failed to file income tax returns for several years. After a hearing, the panel split 2-2 on recommended discipline between a 90 day suspension and an admonition. Both Flowers and the bar … Continue reading

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New York ban on big servings of sugary drinks delclared invalid

Justice Milton A Tingling of the New York Supreme Court today enjoined New York City from enforcing the ban on large serving of soda pop and other sugary drinks. He ruled that the ordinance violated separation of powers as the … Continue reading

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November 21, 2012 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinions

Harleysville Mutual Insurance Company v State  In response to an opinion of the Court, the South Carolina legislature enacted a definition of “occurrence” to include faulty workmanship in construction projects. This statute applies to all general commercial insurance contracts past, … Continue reading

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