January 31, 2009
Tort Reform in South Carolina?
On Thursday, a tort reform bill was introduced in the South Carolina Senate. Supporters argue that the bill will create a more business-friendly climate in the state. The contents?
Among other things, the bill would limit the amount of bond that a business has to post when appealing an extremely large verdict; and it would allow for the introduction of the nonuse of seat belts in civil cases.
The Charleston Regional Business Journal has the story.
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