Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Wyche, P.A. Client with a $32.4 Million Judgment in International Defamation Suit

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GREENVILLE, SC (November 2, 2021) – A federal judge in Charleston, SC has ruled in favor of Wyche client Zdenek Bakala, a Czech-American entrepreneur and philanthropist residing in South Carolina, in a defamation case against Slovak businessman, Pavol Krupa. Judge David Norton of the U.S. District Court found Krupa liable on two counts of violations…
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South Carolina Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Wyche, P.A.’s Client to Stop Duke Energy from $1 Billion Increase of Customer Electricity Bills 

South Carolina Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Wyche, P.A.’s Client to Stop Duke Energy

In an opinion by Acting Chief Justice John Kittredge, the Court rules in favor of the South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff, represented by Wyche attorney Wallace Lightsey, affirming that Duke Energy cannot recover North Carolina environmental clean-up costs by increasing rates for South Carolina customers  GREENVILLE, SC (October 28, 2021) – The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled in favor…
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Federal Court Blocks South Carolina’s Ban on Mask Mandates in Schools

Federal Court Blocks South Carolina’s Ban on Mask Mandates in Schools

Press Release Source: ACLU South Carolina COLUMBIA, S.C. — A federal district court today granted plaintiffs’ request to block South Carolina’s ban on mask mandates in schools. The court ruled that South Carolina’s budget provision prohibiting schools from imposing mask mandates for students and teachers discriminates against students with disabilities in violation of Title II…
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