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7 Jan 2014, 5:55 am by Barbara Holmes
In a recent case, Peel Condominium Corporation No. 98 v. Pereira, a condominium corporation made a court application pursuant to section 117 of the Condominium Act (the “Act”) seeking an order that a unit owner be required to sell and vacate his unit, due to the manner in which the unit owner had conducted himself... Read More... [read post]
11 Mar 2013, 4:10 pm by Peng Cheng
I have received an update from DIAC in relation to processing times for ENS and RSMS applications. This update is current as at 4 March 2013. According to information provided by the Migration Alliance of Australia (MIA), the below information relates to decision-ready applications only. Note: Please don’t ask me to predict the processing time [...] [read post]
25 Aug 2012, 7:20 pm by Peng Cheng
I previously posted about whether people who obtained their permanent residency through the Employer Nomination Scheme (“ENS”) need to remain employed in their nominated role and with their sponsoring employer for at least 2 years from the date that the visa is granted. Individuals who obtain their permanent residency through the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme [...]The post RSMS Visa Holders & Applicants – Do I Need to Stay With My Employer for 2 Years? appeared first on My Access… [read post]
8 Aug 2012, 11:20 am by Ed Greenlee
Written by Recent Biddle Intern Mark Popielarski.We all know that Google provides access to a world of information through their regular search program. As students, you have probably used specialty search features such as Google Scholar and Books. However, did you know that Google offers a service specifically for searching and analyzing publicly available data sets?  Google Public Data provides access to datasets from over 76 domestic and international entities.  Users can explore the… [read post]
21 Jan 2014, 7:42 am by lopeznoriega
José María Serna de la Garza me hizo notar que la figura del Comisionado encargado de la Seguridad y el Desarrollo Integral en el Estado de Michoacán se parecía a la del Jefe Político en los tiempos del Porfiriato. La comparación es sugerente porque la función principal de aquellos representantes del presidente en los estados [...] [read post]
27 Jul 2012, 4:07 pm by Peng Cheng
If you lodged an 121/856 ENS visa or 119/857 RSMS visa application before 1 July 2012, you may be in for a long wait before a decision is made on your application. If you lodged your application close to the end of June 2012, then chances are, you will be in for a long wait. [...]The post Warning: Long Queues Ahead – ENS/RSMS Lodged Before 1 July 2012 appeared first on My Access Australia. [read post]
24 Oct 2012, 6:20 am by Mark J. Rose, Esq.
Tampa Bay Fox 13 recently featured a segment regarding the effect of House Bill 119, the 2012 PIP law change, on PIP premium rates.  Lynne McChristian of the Insurance Information Institute, shed some light what appears to be a lack of a premium decrease.  McChristian indicates that the recent insurer reports are not indicative of what could likely be the case after January 1, 2013, when all of HB119?s changes take effect. [read post]
21 Jan 2013, 6:00 pm by Jason Dickstein
The FAA's streamlined process for PMAs on Non-Safety-Sensitive (NSS) parts is found in FAA Order 8110.119. The process involves following the MARPA 1100 Standard for PMA applications for NSS parts (which is available on our website). Those who follow that standard (and confirm that they meet the elements of the FAA Order) are entitled to expedited processing. The FAA’s goal is to turn-around NSS PMA applications that meet the MARPA standard within 30 days. Continue reading » [read post]
16 Apr 2014, 6:38 pm by FHH Law
In case you ever wondered whether there’s such a thing as “unrecusal” – and, frankly, we hadn’t – here’s the answer: yes. The Supreme Court has announced that Justice Alito, who had recused himself from any participation in any aspect of the Aereo case (which, we remind you, is set for oral argument next week), is no longer recused. The Supremes aren’t required to explain their recusals and, it appears, the same is true of unrecusals. Whatever the… [read post]
14 Dec 2012, 9:56 am by Mark J. Rose, Esq.
On December 12, 2012, Federal Court Judge Richard A. Lazzara entered an Order denying a group of medical provider’s attempt at a prelimary injunction, blocking the implementation of changes in Florida’s new PIP law which take effect January 1, 2013. Judge Lazarra found, ” that the motion is due to be denied without the necessity of a hearing because Plaintiffs have utterly failed to demonstrate that there is a substantial likelihood they will eventually prevail on the… [read post]
11 Apr 2014, 2:23 pm by FHH Law
As we announced several days ago, we’ll be presenting a FREE webinar next Wednesday, April 16 (at 3:00 p.m.), on the Aereo case. The Supreme Court will be hearing arguments in the case on April 22, so our webinar – hosted by Kevin Goldberg and Harry Cole – will provide attendees a comprehensive overview of the history of the Aereo litigation leading up to the Supremes. The webinar is designed to provide background and perspective to help make sense of both the arguments before the… [read post]
7 Aug 2012, 10:26 am
KERN COUNTY - Four people were injured in a car crash caused by a driver who fell asleep at the wheel, reports The Bakersfield Californian. Sharon Stockton, 70, was traveling eastbound on Highway 119 west of Elk Hills when she fell asleep at the wheel of her 2007 Lexus and allowed the vehicle to drift into a 70-foot dirt embankment. One of Stockton's three passengers suffered moderate injuries in the crash and two suffered minor injuries. Stockton sustained moderate injuries in the August 6, 2012… [read post]
9 Nov 2010, 3:20 pm
A Los Angeles County man was tragically struck and killed while trying to cross Highway 119 Monday night, the Taft Midway Driller reported. The fatal Kern County pedestrian accident occurred on Highway 119 (Taft Highway), on the west side of the Interstate 5 overpass, just before 6:30 p.m. The Kern County Coroner identified the victim as Roberto Vela Alvarez, 56, of Huntington Park. The cause of the accident remains under investigation. According to the Midway Driller, Alvarez had previously run… [read post]
20 Sep 2013, 6:20 am by Jeffery Robinette
West Virginia State Police are investigating a sad collision which happened near the Monongalia and Taylor county line on Highway Route 119 on Wednesday, September 18, 2013.  West Virginia State Police have released the names of the people involved in this fatal collision. State police said a vehicle driven by a young woman, Angela Claypole, 22 of Taylor County, collided with a pickup truck driven by Juanita Wilshire, 36.   Claypole was traveling… [read post]
11 Feb 2014, 7:35 pm by FHH Law
It’s official. The big day is April 22, 2014. That’s when the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in the Aereo case. From the calendar released by the Court, it looks like the argument will be the second of two on the card – but that’s subject to change. If you’re planning on attending the argument, expect to get to the Court early in the morning, stand in line for a long time, and probably sit through a case you know nothing about Or you could just make a point… [read post]
8 Mar 2014, 10:43 am by FHH Law
Aereo’s losing streak continues. Readers will recall that last month a U.S. District Judge in Utah granted broadcasters’ motion for an injunction preventing Aereo from operating in the six states that comprise the Tenth Circuit. Not surprisingly, Aereo appealed that decision to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. Acting on an expedited basis, a three-judge panel from the Circuit has turned Aereo down. As a result, Aereo is now required to shut down operations in Utah,… [read post]
9 Apr 2011, 11:32 am by C. Sean Stephens
As part of our Oregon Divorce practice, we talk to a lot of people interested in obtaining custody of children that are not legally their own.  Frequently it is grandparents seeking custody of their grandchildren. A common scenario is where a son or daughter with social or chemical problems leaves a child with a grandparent for an extended period of time, and then suddenly wants to cut off all contact between the grandparents and grandchild. While grandparents seeking custody rights are a common… [read post]
5 Oct 2011, 1:16 pm by emagraken
Reasons for judgement were released today by the BC Supreme Court, New Westminster Registry, addressing the issue of fault when a cyclist is struck by a vehicle while riding their bicycle in a marked cross-walk. In today’s case (Dobre v. Langley) the Plaintiff intended to cross Martin Drive in Surrey, BC.  He approached  a marked cross-walk, activated the pedestrian lights, mounted his bike and began to cycle across the cross-walk.  At the same time the Defendant was driving near the middle… [read post]
22 Nov 2011, 5:59 am by lopeznoriega
El pasado 29 de septiembre de 2011 el Tribunal Constitucional ha vuelto a pronunciarse en materia de ruido (STC 150/2011). Se trata del caso de un vecino de Valencia que reclamó del Ayuntamiento una indemnización por el daño que le habrían causado los ruidos que dice haber padecido en el interior de su vivienda. Su petición fue denegada, tanto en vía administrativa, como posteriormente en la jurisdicción contencioso-administrativa porque el reclamante no acreditó la efectividad de la… [read post]
12 Dec 2011, 6:45 am by emagraken
Reasons for judgement were released last week by the BC Supreme Court, Vancouver Registry, assessing fault between a vehicle and a pedestrian. In last week’s case (Anderson v. Kozniuk) the Plaintiff was crossing a street in an unmarked crossing.  In the course of crossing he “cut the corner” and walked away from the intersection.  He was walking “briskly“.   At the same time the Defendant motorist was travelling south on 12th Street, she “went through the… [read post]