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Apparently the editorial writer attended a secret law school teaching an unknown legal doctrine: I could have written a law forcing city officials to ...
The plaintiffs in the Connecticut case are trying to circumvent that law by using the legal doctrine of negligent entrustment, which is a loophole ...

... its officials are shielded from litigation under the legal doctrine of sovereign immunity, rooted in a centuries-old English principle that "the king ...
... law enforcement and privacy, and raises tough questions about how to apply old statutes and legal doctrines to modern technologies.".
... is not the same as corruption, and that Menendez's actions on behalf of a friend are protected by several legal doctrines and precedents.
... on complex problems, but his ideas are deeply formed by a scholar's respect for the historical and theoretical underpinnings of legal doctrines," Reagan said.
Generally, the legal doctrine of "sovereign immunity" protects government entities like the military from being sued for negligence and money ...
... Right to Privacy a Constitutional Protection, the Indian Judiciary along with government has laid down laws and legal doctrines whose impact ...
SDG&E decided to settle the suits in part because under a legal doctrine called "inverse condemnation," utilities in California can be held liable ...
Today, Stetson leads the nation in blending legal doctrine with practical training, evidenced by its top-ranked programs in advocacy and legal writing. Through ...
... references to the anomalies in laws, controversial legal doctrines and incidents of miscarriage of justice are going to be further elaborated to ...
The long-hoped-for, much-assumed, anxiously awaited Reunion between coach and old college quarterback looks to be a signature away from ...
Much of the conference call focused on what the utility's exposure might be under the legal doctrine of inverse condemnation as it has been ...
Along with increasing the size and scope of the executive branch was the development of legal doctrine stipulating that courts are to defer to a ...
The town of Sudbury "mischaracterized and misapplied" a rarely used legal doctrine when it attempted to block Eversource from leasing an ...
The questioning of debt repayment has led to the development of the legal doctrine of odious debt, which permits odious debt to be identified ...

Judge McFadden's dissent is interesting in its approach and noteworthy for its tackling of a growing legal doctrine. However, it is ultimately a ...
Keith clerks had to understand that legal doctrine is animated by the hopes and strivings of real people who entrust their most important affairs ...
There is no right of appeal against a refusal of a U.S. visa, including a DV visa. A legal doctrine prevents U.S. courts from determining whether ...
This is a law blog so let's look at the legal doctrine of exhaustion of rights or "first sale principle". The basis of the exhaustion of rights doctrine is ...
But Sheridan accepted the arguments of an attorney for the CSB who said it should be protected by the legal doctrine of sovereign immunity, ...
This question was litigated and decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1992 and is known as the legal doctrine of the "heckler's veto." Although ...
Justice Scalia supported what the New York Times described as "an arcane legal doctrine," Chevron deference. That doctrine, born from the ...
This legal doctrine is called the "heckler's veto." Justice Harry Blackmun wrote in that case, "Speech cannot be financially burdened, any more ...
Justice Scalia supported what the New York Times described as "an arcane legal doctrine," Chevron deference. That doctrine, born from the ...
(With Hernandez's death, his conviction for Lloyd's murder was voided because of a little-known legal doctrine in Massachusetts that vacates ...
... New Mexico Corrections Department are protected under a legal doctrine from being named in one of the largest sexual harassment lawsuits ...
... based upon the costs of controlling the reaction of potential hostile onlookers or protestors," under legal doctrine known as the "heckler's veto ...
... one hears from public university lawyers that their institutions are largely protected from legal action by "sovereign immunity," a legal doctrine ...
Law360, Washington (October 16, 2017, 9:30 PM EDT) -- Justice Neil Gorsuch continued his onslaught against the legal doctrine of "Chevron deference" ...
In significant ways, legal doctrine has passed him by. Even the public release of his official papers last month by the Library Of Congress may ...
"[Usher] is only seeking the correct application of the legal doctrine of assumption of risk as interpreted and construed in Georgia's appellate ...
A divided Supreme Judicial Court Friday jettisoned a 15-year-old legal doctrine and ruled that accused drunk drivers can decide whether jurors ...
The legal doctrine we'd all like to apply to Equifax is known as a "Son of Sam" law. criminals should not be able to profit from the publicity ...
But underlying the intricacies of these legal doctrines are human stories - of what it feels like to have your ideas censored, or to be barred from ...
'The Evangelical Origins of the Living Constitution' makes a persuasive historical case that nineteenth-century conservative Christians ...
FAIRFIELD, Ohio >> A southwestern Ohio school district wants its board and administrators to be dismissed from a lawsuit filed by parents who ...
... its officials are shielded from litigation under the legal doctrine of sovereign immunity, rooted in a centuries-old English principle that "the king ...
Arlans time in our area was short lived. In May 1973, Arlans' parent company filed for bankruptcy. By July, they announced that they would be ...
In the end, we were able to develop the legal doctrine of racial gerrymandering in a direction that more fully protects minority voters. How did ...
A justice in the state's highest court has denied a request to restore the murder conviction against former New England Patriots tight end Aaron ...
Law360, Washington (October 16, 2017, 9:30 PM EDT) -- Justice Neil Gorsuch continued his onslaught against the legal doctrine of "Chevron deference" ...
There is also the legal doctrine of 'stare decisis', or to stand by things decided. This is nothing but a doctrine of precedent, which now needs to ...
... Judge William Bennett's denial of defense motions preventing prosecutors from using the legal doctrines of "transferred intent" and "principal" ...
Controlling liability will depend on product traceability, warning practices, and legal doctrines such as the economic loss doctrine and the ...
Elsewhere, the legal doctrine of 'loco parentis' is operative which binds schools and staff to have responsibility and duties of the students' ...
Victims of police aggression have little recourse against the police, even when it's clear that their rights were violated. legal doctrines such as ...
The legal doctrine we'd all like to apply to Equifax is known as a "Son of Sam" law. criminals should not be able to profit from the publicity ...
But underlying the intricacies of these legal doctrines are human stories - of what it feels like to have your ideas censored, or to be barred from ...


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