As reported on Ballot Access News on August 13, 2009:
On August 12, U.S. District Court Judge Cameron McGowan Currie, a Clinton appointee, upheld South Carolina election laws that permit fusion, but which also say that if someone gets the nomination of one party first, and later tries to get the nomination of a second party and fails, then the first nomination is voided. South Carolina Green Party v South Carolina State Election Commission, 3:08-cv-02790.
LINK to PDF: 107-Opinion-and-Order
ACLU attorneys representing Eugene Platt and the South Carolina Green Party filed an appeal one day after the unfavorable ruling was handed down.
Thanks to Ballot Access News for posting the complete PDF of the order.