A recent law school graduate isn’t giving up on his lawsuit alleging the online site Above the Law defamed him in a 2018 story that referred to him as a “dumb kid” and “entitled ponce.” On Jan. 6, U.S. District ...Read More »
Four of South Carolina’s most prominent trial lawyers are facing potential liability for millions of dollars in damages in the wake of the June 17 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to broaden the protections afforded personal information compiled by state departments of motor vehicles.Read More »
It seems a fair assumption that a driver who attempts to reverse course to avoid a police checkpoint has something to hide.Read More »
The Department of Justice has decided not to appeal a court decision striking down the Food and Drug Administration’s new graphic warnings on cigarette packages on First Amendment grounds. “The Solicitor General has determined … not to seek [U.S.] Supreme Court review of the First Amendment issues at this time,” wrote U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. in a March 15 letter to Congress.
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Is there anyone to sue when a child dies because of an unsafe condition on one of the millions of abandoned properties in the U.S.? One state court has scratched mortgage holders and homeowners associations off the list of potential targets.Read More »