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- Why did the South Carolina Court of Appeals reinstate a wrongful discharge claim against Anderson County in a case that has dragged on since 2008?
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- Why was a family court not required to examine a husband’s company’s earnings when it denied the husband’s motion for a modification of alimony?
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