...the terms of the corporate agreement was a commerce matter within the province of the court's jurisdiction.The fact that there was...
The Corbett administration wants the Third Circuit to settle what it sees as an open question of law-the bearing of a 1972 U.S. Supreme Court decision on challenges to Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex
...validity of any confinement or to particulars affecting its duration are the province of habeas corpus. Requests for relief turning on circumstances of confinement may...
...to the dead, mainly because they believe doing so encroaches upon the province of the legislature. Indeed, the courts have noted that these arguments have...
Vacant & Unappropriated Land • Patent Application • Pro Se Caveat • Public Lands Act • Unimproved Land • Competent Evidenc
This term, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide three cases posing difficult questions about the limits of the powers of each of the three branches of the federal government
...his recovery efforts as outstanding," but reiterated that it is within the province of the board to make credibility determinations, weigh evidence and resolve any...
Emma Lazarus' words immortalized on the Statue of Liberty welcome the "tired, poor, huddled masses yearning to breathe free" to the proverbial "golden door" to the country at nearby Ellis Island
One of the benefits of this column is that for the last five years, once a month, I get to review, analyze and (sometimes) critique a recent employment law decision. Reviewing court decisions and cas
The sentence was manifestly excessive and therefore an abuse of discretion and the sentencing court's reasoning was "infused with 'partiality, prejudice, bias or ill will.'" Vacated and remanded for
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