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23 Jul 2018, 11:50 am by Seth Barrett Tillman, Josh Blackman
Germaine concerned the distinction between an “officer of the United States” and an “employee of the United States. [read post]
21 Nov 2006, 3:00 am
Germain (Syracuse) has posted Taxing Emotional Injury Recoveries: A Critical Analysis of Murphy v. [read post]
11 Nov 2016, 8:02 pm by Schachtman
Few insurers in the United States would have paid for such a procedure. [read post]
21 Nov 2006, 4:54 am
The piece, from Gregory Germain (Syracuse) has this abstract: Does Congress have the power under the United States Constitution to tax compensatory personal injury awards? [read post]
19 Dec 2013, 9:02 pm
United States: Award on Jurisdiction and Admissibility (NAFTA Arb.), with introductory Note by Ronald J. [read post]
22 Dec 2010, 10:46 pm by Ken
Saxe, 240 F.3d at 204; see also United States v. [read post]
6 Jun 2016, 2:14 pm
Applying the multi-part inquiry test for admiralty tort jurisdiction stated by the Supreme Court in Sisson v. [read post]
30 Nov 2015, 9:11 am
Join us as our expert faculty provides a concise update and review of the latest cases from the United States Supreme Court, the various US Courts of Appeals (especially the Federal Circuit), and the U.S. [read post]
27 Apr 2011, 8:52 am by Christine Dowling
United States, which held the exclusionary rule does not apply to suppress evidence obtained by negligent conduct by police personnel, given the little deterrence the rule would achieve under the circumstances. [read post]
21 May 2020, 2:17 pm by Josh Blackman
Buckley also cited Germaine to highlight the distinction between "officers of the United States" and "employees of the United States. [read post]
21 Dec 2009, 7:57 am by Julie McGrain
In a rare reversal of a district court's speedy trial decision, the Third Circuit in United States v. [read post]
22 Jun 2018, 12:35 pm by Jennifer Mascott
” The Lucia opinion suggests that this “continuing position” element — emphasized in United States v. [read post]