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2 Apr 2010, 5:00 am by Victoria VanBuren
For more on using mediation techniques in healthcare, see our Part III, Part IV and Part V. [read post]
14 Aug 2013, 8:53 am
Hayes sued, on behalf of himself and all other persons who purchased a warranty for an as-is product from Clubs in New Jersey since 2004, asserting violation of the state Consumer Fraud Act, breach of contract, and unjust enrichment. [read post]
12 Jun 2012, 4:16 am by Brennan W. Bolt
The National Labor Relations Board filed a Motion to Amend or Alter Judgment yesterday in Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America v NLRB, Civil Action No. 11-2262, where District of Columbia District Court Judge James Boasberg struck down the NLRB's "quickie election" rules because the NLRB lacked a quorum when it passed the new rules. [read post]
2 Oct 2019, 6:58 am by scanner1
State DA 16-0596 2019 MT 234N Civil – Postconviction Cattail Creek v. [read post]
11 Feb 2014, 9:52 am by Nazareth M. Haysbert
Hayes, United States District Court Judge for the Southern District of California, granted final approval to a class action settlement against luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton. [read post]
12 Mar 2010, 4:00 am by Victoria VanBuren
Technorati Tags: Healthcare, ADR Holly Hayes Bovio is a mediator at Karl Bayer, Dispute Resolution Expert where she focuses on mediation of health care disputes. [read post]
18 May 2016, 10:54 pm by Patricia Salkin
Macdonough v Spaman, 2016 WL 1298134 (NDNY 3/31/2016)Filed under: Current Caselaw - New York, Due Process, Equal Protection, Section 1983 Liability, Uncategorized [read post]
15 Feb 2018, 3:14 am by NCC Staff
Hayes signed a new law that would admit women as members of the Supreme Court bar and allow them to submit and argue cases at the high court. [read post]
1 Aug 2015, 4:40 pm by INFORRM
  In Hayes v Willoughby [2013] 1 WLR 935, the Supreme Court held that, for this defence to apply, the course of conduct had to be rationally connected with the purpose of preventing or detecting crime. [read post]