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2 May 2011, 5:29 am by Badrinath Srinivasan
Substantive versus Procedural Theories of Private Judging Christopher R. [read post]
5 Aug 2010, 1:07 pm by James R. Marsh
Sixty per cent of those dispositions resulted in those children being placed out of home, in confinement or non-secure settings. [read post]
16 Jun 2010, 5:37 am
v Bettenhauser, 95 NY2d 185, 188; see State Farm Fire & Cas. [read post]
14 Sep 2009, 6:36 am
Ct., New York Co., decided 6/26/2009) In one man's crusade to invalidate the New York State special investigation units of State Farm, AutoOne and General Assurance Company and otherwise squelch certain investigations of no-fault providers, losses and claims suspected to be fraudulent, this is another battle lost. [read post]
29 Jun 2009, 5:05 pm
  The prescriptive period for adverse possession varies between states: New York - ten years;   Pennsylvania - twenty one years; Alaska - seven years under color and claim of title or ten years under a mistaken belief that the real property which is the subject of the adverse possession, lies within the boundaries of the adjacent property owned by the adverse possessor. [read post]
16 May 2009, 9:00 pm
But even on the bench, Ginsburg has embraced gender as a source of diversity, and her opinions have challenged male judges for embracing gender-based stereotypes.In United States v. [read post]
7 May 2009, 2:05 pm
" They argued that "if CIL is not federal common law, ‘a tort . . . committed in violation of the law of nations' would not arise under ‘the Laws of the United States' within the meaning of Article III, rendering Filartiga-type suits constitutionally suspect. [read post]
22 Apr 2009, 4:15 am
Approximately one month later, the EEOC issued a Dismissal and Notice of Rights, which explained that the agency's "‘review of the evidence . . . fail[ed] to indicate that a violation ha[d] occurred,'" and notified each employee of his or her right to sue.The employees then filed a lawsuit against the employer in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York,… [read post]