The SC Court of Appeals held last week that notices of appeal from the South Carolina Workers Compensation Commission do not need to state the grounds for the appeal. Continue reading
The South Carolina of Appeals yesterday confirmed that it does not ordinarily consider facts that are stated only by counsel. The case is Branch Banking and Trust Co. v. Graphic Express, LLC, No. 2014-UP-278 (S.C. Ct. App. filed June 30, 2014). Continue reading
South Carolina appeals generally oust a trial judge’s jurisdiction. This makes sense if the appeal is from a final judgment because there is little left for the trial judge to do. But even then the trial court still has a say on when the judgment becomes enforceable, and retains an even greater say when the appeal is interlocutory.