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- Red wolf in the wilderness. Cohn, Jeffrey P. // BioScience;May87, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p313
Details a captive breeding program to save red wolves, an endangered species, and the plans for the reintroduction of these animals into the wilds of northeastern North Carolina. History of the red wolf in the US; Debate over the taxonomy of the species; Efforts to keep the captive wolves wild;...
- Commercial Law. Ross, Mike // Chartered Accountants Journal;May2001, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p44
Reports on New Zealand Court of Appeal decisions as of May 2001. Court's claim that a computer program installed on a hard drive is a document which if misused fraudulently can support a conviction under the Crimes Act 1961; Court's declaration that the acts and omissions of responsible staff...
- The meaning of "totally without merit". Reynolds, Polly // Planner;Sep2014, p39
The article discusses a ruling by the Court of Appeal which held that the meaning of totally without merit (TWM) means no more and no less than "bound to fail" in the case of R (Grace) v. the Secretary of State for the Home Department.
- A Look Back at the W.Va. Supreme Court's Last Few Terms. LANNOM, ANDREA // State Journal (WV);8/30/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 34, p1
The article looks on the changes in decisions at the West Virginia Supreme Court after the Rules of Appellate Procedure came into effect.
- Supreme Court Sees More Decisions, Stable Separates. LANNOM, ANDREA // State Journal (WV);8/30/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 34, p23
The article reports on the increase of decisions at the West Virginia Supreme Court.
- Gradual pollution covered under CGL insurance policies. Dolmanisth, Steven J.; Nevius, John G. // Corporate Legal Times;Jan97, Vol. 7 Issue 62, p6
Focuses on the Oregon Supreme Court which reversed years of pro-insurance company rulings. Confirmation of the availability of liability insurance coverage for gradual pollution; Oregon as the tenth state to have its highest court interpret the exclusion in favor of policyholders; Issues...
- TAXMAN'S APPEAL AGAINST MEDHOTELS 'COULD LEAVE AGENCY STATUS IN LIMBO'. Taylor, Ian // Travel Weekly (UK);1/19/2012, Issue 2100, p79
The article reports that the Court of Appeal's decision to allow HM Revenue & Customs to contest a tax tribunal ruling in the Medhotels.com case threatens a delay to clarifying the VAT status of retailers under the Flight-Plus Atol regime.
- QWERTY RULING DOES NOT AFFECT FLIGHT-PLUS -- ABTA. // Travel Weekly (UK);1/19/2012, Issue 2100, p79
The article reports that the Court of Appeal ruling in the Qwerty Travel case did not create fresh uncertainty for agents set to sell holidays with a Flight-Plus Atol.
- GUEST COMMENT. // Travel Weekly (UK);1/19/2012, Issue 2100, p79
In this article the author discusses decesion of the Court of Appeal on Medhotels.com.