All arguments for the spring 2019 term have been completed. The Supreme Court is scheduled to adjourn on June 12th. In the meantime, it will continue writing and releasing opinions. We are still watching for opinions in cases involving mineral...
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In the latest arbitration case, the Supreme Court found that an arbitration order was not supported by sufficient findings of fact and conclusions of law. Therefore, the case was returned to the trial court so it prepare a proper order.
Another arbitration disappointment: The Supreme Court upholds an arbitration agreement in a case alleging workers compensation discrimination
This week the Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday. Opinions will be taken up at a conference on Thursday. The spring term will end in a month. Keep watching for new opinions!
The spring term will end on June 12th. There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. The Supreme Court will continue working on opinions in cases that have already been submitted.
There are no arguments or conferences scheduled for this week. The spring term will be ending in a month and a half. Expect to see more opinions issued in the coming weeks!
Arguments are scheduled for Tuesday, April 23rd and Wednesday, April 24th. The Supreme Court will meet in conference on Thursday, April 25th.
There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. Please keep watching for opinions as they are released.
The Supreme Court affirms a default judgment in a debt collection case; however, the two dissenting justices raise serious issues of fairness and due process.
On Tuesday, April 9th the Supreme Court travels to Berekley County as part of its LAWS Project. Two cases will be argued. The court is also scheduled for a conference on Thursday, April 11th. Keep watching for opinions!