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30 Jun 2011, 9:53 am by admin
Which of our institutions has the right to play Solomon with the children of divorced or deceased parents, the legislature or the Courts? [read post]
16 Apr 2014, 8:37 am by Matthew L.M. Fletcher
Here: Chemehuevi Opening Brief Interior Response Brief Chemehuevi Reply Brief Oral argument audio here. Lower court (C.D. Cal.) materials here: 6 Interior Motion to Dismiss 7-1 Chemehuevi Motion for Summary J 16 Chemehuevi Opposition 17 Interior Opposition 24 Interior Reply 25 Chemehuevi Reply 26 Interior Reply 30 DCT Order   [read post]
5 Aug 2009, 8:22 pm
In the present political climate, health care and medical insurance coverage are hot button topics. But, for those going through divorce, medical coverage has long been a fertile topic for consideration. It was for this very reason that a law was enacted two  years ago (and discussed here)  requiring parties to a divorce to acknowledge that following the entry of divorce that they would no longer be eligible to a continuation of medical benefits derived solely by virtue of their marriage. I… [read post]
18 Dec 2013, 2:00 am by Keith Paul Bishop
The California General Corporation Law makes numerous references to the “proper county”.  For example, Corporations Code Section 304 empowers the superior court of the proper county to remove a director in specified circumstances at the suit of shareholders holding at least 10 percent of the number of outstanding shares of any class.  Other sections referring to the “proper county” are: Section 304 (authority of the superior court to summarily order a special… [read post]
7 Jun 2013, 7:45 am by emagraken
While operators of emergency don’t enjoy complete immunity when running a red light in the course of their duties, they do enjoy a statutory right of way to disobey traffic controls in appropriate circumstances.  Reasons for judgment were released recently by the BC Supreme Court, New Westminster Registry, clearing a police officer from fault following such a collision. In the recent case (Singh v. British Columbia (Public Safety)) the Plaintiff entered an intersection on a green light.… [read post]
2 May 2010, 4:46 am by David Skeel
John Wilson, the editor of Books & Culture, devoted his column in the current issue to a list of the ten books that have most influenced him. His list is quirky and fun, as one would expect, and it started me thinking about the books that have most shaped me. Here are a few of mine, which I hope will spur comments or, better yet, your own list:1.  The Bible:  I’m tempted to suggest that, for Christians at least, the list should be defined as the most influential books other than the… [read post]
19 Mar 2012, 2:07 pm by emagraken
The BC Motor Vehicle Act provides the RCMP and other drivers of ‘emergency vehicles‘ the right to speed and run red lights and stop signs.  This right, however, is not absolute and cannot be exercised without care to other motorists.   If an emergency vehicle operator is careless in the exercise of their emergency powers they can be liable for a resulting collision.  Reasons for judgement were released today by the BC Supreme Court, Vancouver Registry, demonstrating such a result. In… [read post]
23 Mar 2011, 10:16 am by Fiscalito
El presente articulo fue elaborado por C.P. y Lic. Joel A. Cruz Carvajal. Gerente Fiscal de Celestica Monterrey. Después de muchos años de esperar una reforma fiscal integral, que se discutiera con la debida anticipación en lugar de las prisas que generalmente caracteriza la aprobación de modificaciones en las leyes fiscales, finalmente se presenta una propuesta con una antelación de un año y medio, si consideramos que la fecha insinuada para el inicio de su vigencia es el 1 de enero de… [read post]