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10 Sep 2020, 4:05 am by Howard Friedman
  Fourth, the rule revises regulations governing some discretionary grant programs under Titles III and V of the Higher Education Act.... [read post]
30 Oct 2013, 5:28 pm by Mack Sperling
I probably enjoy reading a ruling on a motion to compel a whole lot more than the judge does in writing it. [read post]
12 Feb 2019, 4:00 am by Howard Friedman
The comparative faith statement appeared on a slide under the heading “Peaceful Islam v. [read post]
6 Nov 2012, 6:14 am
Although the United States Constitution does not specifically guarantee voting secrecy, Anderson v. [read post]
24 Nov 2021, 12:09 pm
  In any event, that something's a purported tenet of your religion does not necessarily mean that one actively practices it; for example, saying that all Catholics "abstain from premarital sex and don't use birth control" is fairly wildly inaccurate, at least in my experiences.It's not unusual to see a judge's worldview reflected in his or her opinions. [read post]
16 Mar 2022, 5:00 am by Public Employment Law Press
The court explained that the Department of Education's action was not arbitrary and capricious, noting that "[J]udicial deference to an agency's interpretation of its own regulations is a basic tenet of administrative law," citing Andryeyeva v New York Health Care, Inc., 33 NY3d 152, and that it had previously ruled that "DOE employees must 'strictly' comply with the procedures set forth in Chancellor's Regulation C 205," citing… [read post]
16 Mar 2022, 5:00 am by Public Employment Law Press
The court explained that the Department of Education's action was not arbitrary and capricious, noting that "[J]udicial deference to an agency's interpretation of its own regulations is a basic tenet of administrative law," citing Andryeyeva v New York Health Care, Inc., 33 NY3d 152, and that it had previously ruled that "DOE employees must 'strictly' comply with the procedures set forth in Chancellor's Regulation C 205," citing… [read post]