ANNUAL SURVEY OF SOUTH CAROLINA LAW
In Re Renshaw: "Extensions of Credit" by an Educational Institution -- Are They Exempt From Discharge under Section 523(a)(8) of the Bankruptcy Code?
F. S. McQueen
Should Limited Liability Company Membership Interests be Treated as Securities in South Carolina?
James J. Mayberry
Hybrid Representation and Standby Counsel: Let's Clear the Air for the Attorneys of South Carolina
Joshua L. Howard
The Software Formally Known as "Carnivore": When Does E-mail Surveillance Encroach Upon a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?
Manton M. Grier Jr.
South Carolina's Inevitable Adoption of the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine: Balancing Protection of Trade Secrets with Freedom of Employment
Keith A. Roberson
The Cookie Monster: From Sesame Street to Your Hard Drive
Jessica J. Thrill
The Continuous Treatment Rule: Ameliorating the Harsh Result of the Statute of Limitations in Medical Malpractice Cases
Simmons v. Tuomey Regional Medical Center: The New South Carolina Rule on Hospital Liability for Malpractice of Emergency Room Physicians
Mary D. Stuart
Another Factor in the "Decisional Calculus": The Learned Intermediary Doctrine, The Physician-Patient Relationship, and Direct-to-Consumer Marketing
Jeffrey J. Wiseman
Belk of Spartanburg, S.C. v. Thompson: An Overview and Analysis of the Techniques Employed to Value Minority Interests in Closely Held Corporations in Dissenters' Rights Cases
Joshua R. Williams
Stigma Damages: Defining the Appropriate Balance Between Full Compensation and Reasonable Certainty
Jennifer L. Young
Clark v. Cantrell: A Winfall for Negligent Plantiffs or Preserving the Goals of Punitive Damages?
Virginia G. Shelley
Grandparent Visitation Rights in South Carolina in the Wake of Troxel v. Granville
M R. McMahn Jr.
Confusing Communications -- Analyzing South Carolina's Stance on Ex Parte Communication with Former Employees
Sharyn M. Epley