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The American Bar Association warns in an amicus curiae brief that Executive Benefits Insurance Agency v. Arkison, which the U.S. Supreme Court will hear on Jan. 14, could add scores of claims to thes
Frequent flyers may experience the occasional bump from a full flight, but what do they do if they get bumped out of their frequent-flyer program? Well, they end up in the U.S. Supreme Court, of cour
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...of that dispute. “First, it makes no sense that Congress intended states to have a federal injunctive remedy for illegal gaming on...
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...insolvent. In response to this crisis, and its many perceived root causes, Congress enacted FIRREA in 1989 as part of a comprehensive legislative plan to...
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