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18 Jul 2022, 2:46 pm by Kevin LaCroix
In the following guest post, ISS Securities Class Action Services and the FOX Williams law jointly report on the current state of play in European Class Actions. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]
13 Aug 2020, 6:59 am by Kristian Soltes
Department of Justice and a contingent of state attorneys general challenged AmEx’s anti-steering rules in a case that reached the Supreme Court in 2018 as Ohio v. [read post]
21 Jun 2020, 5:52 pm by Francis Pileggi
However, he said the buyer failed to state viable aiding and abetting claims, civil conspiracy, conversion and Colorado and Texas state law charges. [read post]