The South Carolina Court of Appeals recently agreed with me that a record on appeal was insufficient for the Court to tell whether an issue argued on appeal was preserved. The case is 21st Mortgage Corp. v. Youmans, Op. No. 2015-UP-112 (S.C. Ct. App. filed March 4, 2015). Continue reading
Parties in South Carolina often raise appellate issues that they failed to preserve in the trial court. Until last month, four error-preservation violations were the most I had seen discussed in a single case. Then came State v. Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Op. No. 27502 (S.C. Sup.Ct. filed February 25, 2015)(Shearouse Ad.Sh. 8). In Janssen, the Supreme Court discussed nine error-preservation violations and footnoted even more. Continue reading
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Does a petition for the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Appellate Panel to reconsider its decision toll the time to further appeal? The state Supreme Court will decide on its review of Rhame v. Charleston County School District, 399 S.C. 477, 732 S.E.2d 202 (Ct.App. 2012). Continue reading
The South Carolina Court of Appeals recently reaffirmed that a trial court order is not effective until the clerk of court enters it. The case is West v. Luck Ave. Properties, Op. No. 2014-UP-415 (S.C. Ct.App. filed Nov. 26, 2014). Continue reading