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...had cited several other courts—the First Circuit, the District of Nevada, the Middle District of Florida, and the District of Hawaii—that...
The first case to challenge Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage shouldn't go to the Third Circuit, the plaintiffs responded to the Corbett administration's motion for interlocutory appeal
...He cited several other courts—the First Circuit, the District of Nevada, the Middle District of Florida and the District of Hawaii—that...
The jurisdiction cases reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court are rarely headline-grabbing. Nonetheless, those cases exert a significant effect on the civil litigation that fills the nation's dockets
In the Federalist Papers, James Madison advocated for ratification of the Constitution, citing to the limited powers of the "general government," and stating that "the states, in all unenumerated cas
...written after the famous case of Gentile v. State Bar of Nevada, 501 U.S. 1030 (1991). Attorney Dominic Gentile had gone to...
...N.Y. Plaintiffs also stated they attempted service on HSBC at a Nevada address.Based upon plaintiffs' representations, the court granted their motions...
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