With the holidays upcoming, everyone is certain to have a favorite tradition. From wrapping presents to the tunes of Bing Crosby’s Christmas album, to waking up on January 1st feeling like your brain lost a fight with King Kong, the next several weeks are sure to be jam-packed with annual rituals that have been passed down within families and friend groups. To many, New Year’s Eve revolves around the same event; the annual fireworks show.
Fireworks on the Fourth of July Lead to a Dispute Regarding a Landlord and Its Insurers’ Right of Action Against a Tenant
The Fourth of July is fast approaching, and so our thoughts turn to fun, freedom, and of course, fireworks. With that in mind, this post discusses a 2002 opinion of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in which the court found that (1) S.C. Code Ann. § 38-75-60 did not bar… Continue Reading