South Carolina High Court: Construction Contract Case Should Be Arbitrated

South Carolina High Court: Construction Contract Case Should Be Arbitrated

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The South Carolina Supreme Court on Aug. 14 ruled that construction contract claims involving alleged defects at a marina should be arbitrated, concluding that "the trial court erred in finding the parties' transaction had an insufficient nexus to interstate commerce" (Cape Romain Contractors Inc. v. Wando E. LLC, et al., No. 27298, S.C. Sup.; 2013 S.C. LEXIS 203).

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