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22 Feb 2014, 6:00 am by Mary Whisner
United States, by Ann Carey JulianoProperty, Power, and American "Justice": The Story of United States v. [read post]
25 Aug 2015, 9:01 pm by Michael C. Dorf
The Supreme Court answered that question in the 1898 case of United States v. [read post]
13 Feb 2014, 6:12 pm
Long Island Probate Lawyers said the provisions of a treaty entered into between the United States and another sovereign power do take precedence over any state law and, when there is a conflict between a state law and a treaty provision, the rights acquired under the treaty supersede the state statute. [read post]
8 Sep 2016, 5:11 am by Yishai Schwartz
The provision, passed in 1992, allows “[a]ny national of the United States injured in his or her person, property, or business by reason of an act of international terrorism, or his or her estate, survivors, or heirs” to sue and recover threefold damages in “any appropriate district court of the United States. [read post]
15 Jun 2019, 1:01 am by rhapsodyinbooks
The Missouri Compromise of 1820, engineered largely by Henry Clay, temporarily settled the issue of where slavery would be permitted in the United States, establishing the Mason-Dixon Line as the boundary between free and slave states. [read post]
15 Jun 2019, 1:01 am by rhapsodyinbooks
The Missouri Compromise of 1820, engineered largely by Henry Clay, temporarily settled the issue of where slavery would be permitted in the United States, establishing the Mason-Dixon Line as the boundary between free and slave states. [read post]
14 Apr 2015, 4:05 am by Lyle Denniston
The statute not only violates United States’ treaty obligations and imperils the United States’ reputation as a safe custodian for central bank reserves. [read post]
2 Jul 2013, 7:32 am by Sarah Erickson-Muschko
At this blog, Marty Lederman discusses the impact of last week’s decision in United States v. [read post]
2 Aug 2012, 4:52 am
Therefore, it is common that related parties make gifts to their “flesh and blood” rather than have this money go to the Georgia Department of Revenue or the United States Treasury (the IRS). [read post]
5 Dec 2012, 3:52 am
Therefore, it is common that related parties make gifts to their “flesh and blood” rather than have this money go to the Georgia Department of Revenue or the United States Treasury (the IRS). [read post]
4 Dec 2012, 10:52 pm by Kasey Libby
Therefore, it is common that related parties make gifts to their “flesh and blood” rather than have this money go to the Georgia Department of Revenue or the United States Treasury (the IRS). [read post]
4 Dec 2012, 10:52 pm by Kasey Libby
Therefore, it is common that related parties make gifts to their “flesh and blood” rather than have this money go to the Georgia Department of Revenue or the United States Treasury (the IRS). [read post]
4 Dec 2012, 10:52 pm by Kasey Libby
Therefore, it is common that related parties make gifts to their “flesh and blood” rather than have this money go to the Georgia Department of Revenue or the United States Treasury (the IRS). [read post]
31 Aug 2014, 12:49 pm
  In comparing the two readings what differences in approaches can one discern between that of equity as practiced outside the United States (in Australia) and in the United States.2. [read post]