Like the noxious vapors left behind by a passing smoker, the litigation between R.J. Reynolds Tobacco and 3,500 of its current and former employees has lingered longer than anyone would have liked. But the protracted dispute might finally be close ...Read More »
A father who allegedly shot an innocent bystander while attempting to protect his daughter from a group of girls that followed her home was responding to an attack and therefore immune from prosecution under the state’s stand-your-ground law, according to ...Read More »
German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and, more recently, pop singer Kelly Clarkson have observed that which “does not kill us, makes us stronger.” But more recent discoveries about mental health show that observation to be wildly off-base, however. The cumulative toll ...
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Both of South Carolina’s law schools posted lower pass rates for February’s bar exam than they did last year, and graduates of out-of-state institutions stole the show in the Palmetto State’s first administration of the Uniform Bar Exam. Since the ...Read More »