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1 Jun 2022, 11:41 am by James W. Ward
Superior Court creating the ABC standard for worker classifications;Donohue v. [read post]
1 Jun 2022, 7:57 am by Karen Gullo
Lagleva, and Tara Evans filed the suit in Marin County Superior Court on Oct. 14, 2021, seeking to end the sheriff’s ALPR data-sharing practices. [read post]
1 Jun 2022, 6:36 am by Kevin LaCroix
Here is the author’s article. *************** On May 13, 2022, a judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court ruled in Crest v. [read post]
31 May 2022, 2:18 pm by Thaddeus Mason Pope, JD, PhD
 In April 2020, the superior court rejected a challenge to the New Jersey EOLOA. [read post]
31 May 2022, 1:14 pm by HRWatchdog
The courts also have held that employers are prohibited from making deductions from wages that are a “self-help” remedy for the employer (Sniadach v. [read post]
31 May 2022, 6:35 am by Erik W. Weibust
In 2012, the Massachusetts Superior Court ruled in Grace Hunt IT Solutions, LLC v. [read post]
30 May 2022, 6:01 am by Eugene Volokh
I think that some (perhaps many) courts would disagree; consider, for instance, the cases, such as U.S. v. [read post]
28 May 2022, 12:02 pm by Haley Proctor
Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia and on the Superior Court for the District of Columbia. [read post]
24 May 2022, 6:07 am by David Pocklington
Guernsey Assisted dying in Guernsey: On 7 February 2018, seven Members of the States lodged a Requête – P.2018/24 (Deputy St Pier and 6 other Members) relating to assisted dying for future consideration at States Meetings. [read post]
23 May 2022, 4:00 am by David Bilinsky
On May 12, 2022 the British Columbia Court of Appeal issued reasons in the case of: Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. [read post]
22 May 2022, 4:00 am by Administrator
But important to clarify the situations when a superior court may depart from a prior judgment of a court of coordinate jurisdiction; the standard is not that the prior decision was “plainly wrong”; a superior court judge in first instance should follow prior decisions made by their own court on all questions of law, including questions of constitutional law, unless one or more of the exceptions in Spruce Mills are met. [read post]