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Baker & Hostetler LLP | USA | 21 Feb 2018

The Fourth Circuit Refuses to Enforce Arbitration Clause and Class Action Waiver in Employment Contracts

As we have previously written, several Supreme Court decisions have upheld, in various contexts, arbitration agreements that waive the right to assert


Nexsen Pruet | USA | 6 Jun 2017

Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege in Bad Faith Litigation

The United States District Court has confirmed in a recent decision that in most circumstances, the attorney-client privilege will be waived in bad


Nexsen Pruet | USA | 19 Dec 2016

South Carolina Court of Appeals Rules on Jury Trials and Class Action Waivers in Master Deeds

The South Carolina Court of Appeals has offered insight into its opinion on the issue of whether a developer may contractually create and enforce jury trial


Cozen O'Connor | USA | 2 Aug 2016

Insurers’ Beware: Defending Bad Faith Claim May Lead to Waiver of Privileged Communications

On July 27, 2016, the United States District Court for South Carolina ordered an insurer to turn over its privileged communications. The Court


McNair Attorneys | USA | 13 Apr 2016

Damage Waiver Fees are Subject to South Carolina Sales Tax

On March 30, 2016 the South Carolina Administrative Law Court (ALC) issued an order which determined that proceeds from the sale of damage waivers


Nexsen Pruet | USA | 3 Nov 2014

The Justice Department’s new policy on waiving claims of ineffective counsel; what it means for Carolina courts

Recognizing that the "right to effective assistance of counsel is a core value" of our justice system, Deputy Attorney General James Cole issued a


Ogletree Deakins | USA | 23 Feb 2010

South Carolina: audits conducted, citations issued, but initial fines waived

South Carolina's 2008 law requiring employers to take additional steps to verify the work status of newly hired persons is in the process of being implemented (see the June 4, 2008 issue of the South Carolina eAuthority for a review of the law).

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