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Boiled with his own pudding (access required)

You learn about all kinds of interesting people in court opinions. In one South Carolina Supreme Court decision this month, we met a fellow whose role model appears to be Ebenezer Scrooge—the pre-Christmas Eve version, that is. According the court’s ...

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Lawsuit gets derail-ed (access required)

A lawsuit brought by one South Carolina man wasn’t exactly a ringing endorsement of his own teaching skills. Dennis Lafevers had sued his former employer, the Norfolk Southern Railway Company, for injuries he sustained while lifting and carrying derails, large ...

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Legalese put under microscope (access required)

When reviewing a contract, it’s crucial to read the fine print—although if your print is as fine as that used by one South Carolina software services company, you may be asking a bit more than is reasonable. The company, Spartanburg-based ...

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