I have another nursing home neglect case in which a nursing home (this time Magnolia Place of Greenville) has required a potential resident to waive her right to a jury trial in order to be admitted. The nursing home industry has been hit hard by lawsuits for... read more
The case of Carolina Chemical Equipment Company v. Daniel B. Muckenfuss 322 S.C. 289, 471 S.E.2d 721 (S.C. 1996) contains one of the clearest expressions (albeit borrowed) of a basic right to work: [T]he right of an individual to follow and pursue the particular... read more
If you are not a lawyer on Twitter, you probably don’t know @RussRunkel, @elinfonet, @ Eric_B_Meyer or @taxgirl (my personal favorite). And if you don’t know these four, there are many others you don’t know. And what else don’t you NOT know? These four and about... read more
I meet with people weekly to review severance agreements. Almost all severance agreements include a release of claims. A release of claims is an agreement whereby the one person agrees not to assert claims or file lawsuits against the other. It is logical to wonder... read more
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