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The summary following each opinion is prepared to offer lawyers and the public a general overview of what a particular opinion decides. The summary is not necessarily a full description of the issues discussed in an opinion.10-1-2014 - Opinions
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court publicly reprimands a municipal court judge.27450 - D. R. Horton, Inc. v. Wescott Land Company
The Court vacates a portion of the Court of Appeals' opinion regarding petitioners' slander of title claim and affirms the Court of Appeals' opinion as modified.27451 - In the Matter of Eric Reed Martin
This is an opinion in which the Court suspends a lawyer.10-1-2014 - Orders
In this medical malpractice case, we hold that Appellant could invoke section 15-36-100(C)(1) of the South Carolina Code, which extended the time for filing the expert witness affidavit with her Notice of Intent to File Suit ("NOI") and tolled the applicable statute of limitations. Additionally, we hold the circuit court erred in dismissing Appellant's civil action as the expert affidavit filed with the NOI satisfied the statutory requirements of section 15-36-100 and, thus, it was not necessary to file a second expert affidavit in the same civil action. Accordingly, we reverse the circuit court's order and remand the case for further proceedings.10-8-2014 - Opinions
The Court reverses the court of appeals' determination that the trial court abused its discretion in remedying a juror's unintentional nondisclosure during voir dire by replacing the juror in the middle of Respondent's trial.10-8-2014 - Orders
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel petitions the Court to transfer respondent to incapacity inactive status pursuant to Rule 28 of the Rules for Lawyer Disciplinary Enforcement (RLDE) contained in Rule 413 of the South Carolina Appellate Court Rules (SCACR).10-15-2014 - Opinions
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court disbars a lawyer from the practice of law.10-22-2014 - Opinions
In this post-conviction relief matter, the Court reverses the court of appeals' decision and finds post-conviction relief on the basis of newly discovered evidence was improperly granted.27455 - AJG Holdings v. Dunn
The Court affirms the court of appeals' decision in AJG Holdings, LLC v. Dunn, 392 S.C. 160, 708 S.E.2d 218 (Ct. App. 2011).27456 - SC Energy Users Committee v. SCE&G
The Court affirms the decision of the Public Service Commission, finding the Commission applied the proper section of the Baseload Review Act, that the Commission was not required to consider the prudency of the entire project when considering an application for updated capital cost and construction schedules, and that the Commission's orders were supported by substantial evidence in the record.