Citations with the tag: APPELLATE courts
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- Bill to split 9th Circuit withdrawn.
Wharton, Joseph // ABA Journal; Jun96, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p41
Reports on the withdrawal of a bill to split the Ninth United States Circuit Court of Appeals. Provisions of the bill filed by Senator Conrad Burns; States in the proposed 12th Circuit; Creation of a Commission on Structural Alternatives for the Federal Courts of Appeals.
- China to set up own supreme court.
Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review; Jun95, p11
Reports on China's plan to establish its own supreme court in Hong Kong to replace the British Privy Council after the 1997 handover.
- No quick fixes.
Rabkin, Jeremy // American Spectator; Mar1997, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p62
Discusses objections of the conservative commentators on the force changes on Supreme Court's policy. Challenges in facing public policy; How President Roosevelt's `Court-packing' scheme becomes the most ambitious attempt to force changes on the court; How the scheme proves a great...
- The screening of appeals: The Ninth Circuit's experience...
Oakley, John B. // Brigham Young University Law Review; 1991, Vol. 1991 Issue 2, p859
Focuses on the appeals courts in the United States. Principal caseload control mechanism developed by the courts; Methods of screening programs that have been adopted by the circuits of the federal courts of appeals; Values served by appeal and the nature of the challenge to traditional means...
- Restricting shareholder voting rights under the Utah Revised...
Davis, Erik G. // Brigham Young University Law Review; 1995, Vol. 1995 Issue 4, p1297
Presents information on a comment which argues that the drafters of the Utah Revised Business Corporation Act, have attempted to create a way for corporations to restrict shareholders from voting. Information on Utah's Revised Act; Involvement of the Utah Supreme Court; More.
- The Month in the Supreme Court.
Davis, Erik G. // Congressional Digest; Mar1929, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p94
Presents the U.S. Supreme Court calendar from January 22 to February 18, 1929. Cases; Written opinions; Petitions for writs of certiorari.
- California high court to rule.
Kizan, William G. // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 03/09/98, Vol. 240 Issue 10, p14
Focuses on an agreement made by the California Supreme Court to review two state appeals court decisions pertaining to whether union-only project labor agreements violate state and local laws requiring public contracts. Views of both appeals courts; when were the decisions handed down;...
- LI's facts.
Kizan, William G. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 4/29/96, Vol. 43 Issue 18, p1
Reports that nine senators failed to push a proposed amendment to create a Nassau/Suffolk Fifth Department in the New York State Appellate System.
- Labour law.
Kizan, William G. // Reporter; Sep92, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p19
Focuses on the overturing of decisions made by the Federal Labour Relations Authority (FLRA) by the Circuit Courts off Appeals. Reasons or the overturing of decisions; Description of the criticisms for the FLRA; Examples of overturing decisions.
- The Supreme Court.
Swann-Wright, Dianne // Footsteps; Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p38
Discusses the structure of Supreme Court, the highest court in the U.S. Establishment of the Supreme Court to safeguard the rights and liberties of all citizens of the country; Members of the Supreme Court; Nominations of the members by the president of the country and confirmed and approved by...
- THE SUPREME COURT.
Landauro, Victor // Junior Scholastic; 1/5/2004, Vol. 106 Issue 10, p12
Focuses on the U.S. Supreme Court.
- The Supreme Court AND YOU.
Wilmore, Kathy // Junior Scholastic; 1/9/2006, Vol. 108 Issue 10, p10
The article presents information on the role of the Supreme Court in the U.S.
- N.J. Court rules WC covers sexual harrassment.
Lonkevich, Dan // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag; 07/07/97, Vol. 101 Issue 27, p2
States that the New Jersey appeals court found the defendant, Personalized Audio Visual Incorporated was indirectly liable for sexual harassment and a hostile work environment. Information on the case; Participants of the case; Circumstances surrounding the trial.
- California court upholds Prop. 213.
Howard, J.C. // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag; 11/03/97, Vol. 101 Issue 44, p5
Reports that the 2nd District Court of Appeal in California upheld the constitutionality of key provisions of Proposition 213. Details on the proposition being an initiative approved by voters which prohibits uninsured motorists from collecting pain and suffering damages after an accident,...
- Is Washington State's Primary System Constitutional?: CON.
McDonald, David T. // Supreme Court Debates; Apr2008, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p33
An excerpt from the Brief for the Respondent as submitted by the Washington State Democratic Central Committee to the U.S. Supreme Court on August 3, 2007 is presented.
- Who's in charge at the Nevada Supreme Court?
McCrea, C.H. // Las Vegas Business Press; 1/8/96, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p4
Comments on who is in charge at the Supreme Court in Nevada, the people or the judges. Two exemptions when the court's business should not involve the public; When should the public be involved; Why the Whitehead Panel attempted to hire attorney Herbert Ahlswede, as a private investigator.
- The dynamics of public support for the Supreme Court.
Mondak, Jeffrey J.; Smithey, Shannon Ishiyama // Journal of Politics; Nov97, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p1114
Focuses on a study which examines public support for decisions made by the Supreme Court. Factors which affect public support; Definition of the nature of aggregate support; Conclusions of the study.
- 100 years old.
Mondak, Jeffrey J.; Smithey, Shannon Ishiyama // New York Amsterdam News; 12/30/95, Vol. 86 Issue 52, p8
Presents a photograph of the Supreme Court of the State of New York building.
- COURT CALENDARS & NOTICES.
Mondak, Jeffrey J.; Smithey, Shannon Ishiyama // Buffalo Law Journal; 12/18/2008, Vol. 80 Issue 101, p2
The article lists the judges and motion schedule of cases in the Supreme Court, Family Court and County Court of Erie County, New York.
- Twelve-year anomaly in Guernsey law overturned.
Malkin, Brendan // Lawyer; 1/27/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 4, pOS1
Reports that the Court of Appeals has removed the fixed rate system of cost awarding to beneficiaries in reference to the 'Stuart-Hutcheson v. Spread Trustee Co.' case in Guernsey, Channel Isalnds. Protests by lawyers against the changing of the system.
- Lehrmann defeats Green in GOP race for high court.
Rollins, Brad // Free Press (Buda, TX); 4/15/2010, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p1A
The article reports that Fort Worth district judge Debra Lehrmann has won a state Supreme Court seat in Texas over Dripping Springs attorney Rick Green.
- N.J. backs judges in pollution suits.
Lonkevich, Dan // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag; 06/30/97, Vol. 101 Issue 26, p30
States that policyholder attorneys are decrying a ruling made by the New Jersey Supreme court pertaining that pollution coverage disputes be tried in front of a judge rather that an jury. Identification of when this ruling was handed down; Information on two cases resolved by this ruling;...
- Government Loses 'Secret Evidence' Argument in Guantanamo Appeals.
Lonkevich, Dan // ConVerse; Jul2011, p11
The article looks at the decision of Supreme Court in Great Britain regarding the use of secret evidence in trials of civil damages.
- Is this fair?
Fish, Carleton W. // Credit World; Sep/Oct90, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p34
Discusses the United States Supreme Court's decision on 1846 which gives protection to federal government and employees. Garnishment of federal employees' salaries through Social Security Act of 1975; Child support and alimony; Conclusions formed by 1986 Study by Georgetown University; List of...
Fish, Carleton W. // New Yorker; 5/13/1974, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p121
An excerpt from an article about the New York Supreme Court published in "The Times" is presented.
- P.R. Chief Justice to determine duties of Appellate judges.
Fish, Carleton W. // Caribbean Business; 9/2/1993, Vol. 21 Issue 35, p59
States that Puerto Rico Supreme Court Chief Justice Jose A. Andreu Garcia was still determining the duties to be performed by the panel of judges of the Puerto Rico Appellate Court. Scheduled dissolution of the panel by August 31, 1993; Existence of legal consideration which makes it impossible...
- Court tells NYC 'no' on struggling schools staff shake-up.
Johnson, Stephon // New York Amsterdam News; 7/26/2012, Vol. 103 Issue 29, p10
The article focuses on the New York State Supreme court's judgment of not allowing the staff's shake-up at 24 underperforming schools in New York.
- Apex Court to Probe Encounter Killings.
Johnson, Stephon // India -- West; 1/11/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 8, pA44
The article offers information on a probe ruled by the Supreme Court of India on January 4, 2013 into the fake encounter killings in Manipur, India.
- Delegates Debate Resolution, Intermediate Courts.
BURDETTE, WHITNEY // State Journal (WV); 3/22/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p13
The article informs that West Virginia House of Delegates has debated on a House Concurrent Resolution 44 that seeks a study to analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of the Supreme Court Rules on the Appeals process in West Virginia.
- The old switcheroo wrong man sits at trail.
BURDETTE, WHITNEY // ABA Journal; Jun98, Vol. 84 Issue 6, p18
Focuses on a lawsuit which took place in a Rochester, New York courtroom. Details that the wrong man was on trial; Name of the man who was on trail; Circumstances surrounding the trail; Outcome of the case.
- Geo SKILLS:.
BURDETTE, WHITNEY // Scholastic News -- Edition 5/6; 10/2/2006, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p6
A map of the geographic boundaries of the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals is presented.
- Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case on Christian School Debt.
DeSue, Tedra; Sanchez, Humberto // Bond Buyer; 2/27/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31582, p1
Reports that the Supreme Court in Atlanta, Georgia refused to hear a case challenging the issuance of tax-exempt bonds on behalf of religiously affiliated Lipscomb University in Nashville, Georgia as of February 2003. Details of the case; Details of the bond deal issued by the Nashville...
- Polk GO Case Goes To Iowa's High Court.
DeSue, Tedra; Sanchez, Humberto // Bond Buyer; 10/24/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31250, p4
Reports on a court appeal presented by Des Moines, Iowa resident Frank Bowers to the Iowa supreme court that challenges the state's plan for sale of general obligation bonds to fund state construction projects. Impact of lengthy court proceedings on the project's cost; Effect of the upheld bond...
- Court Pushes Air Cleanup.
Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer; 7/8/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31422, p4
Reports the promotion of air-quality cleanup efforts by federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. Effect of the court decision on the district government; Details on the rulings of air-quality cleanup.
- EXPANDING RIGHTS UNDER STATE CONSTITUTIONS: A QUANTITATIVE APPRAISAL.
Cauthen, James N. G. // Albany Law Review; 2000, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p1183
Deals with a study which investigated the extent to which the United States (U.S.) supreme courts use their state constitutions to extend rights beyond federal levels of protection. Quantitative studies of judicial federalism in the U.S.; Identifying decisions extending rights; Findings and...
- Deposits at stake.
Murdoch, John // Estates Gazette; 7/13/2002, Issue 228, p125
Describes the real property case Gribbon versus Lutton at the Court of Appeal in Great Britain which focus on stakeholder deposits in a sale of land. Arguments of the claimant; Differences in the reasoning of the members of the court; Issue on whether the defendant solicitor was estopped.
- Appellate court decision is a blow to employers.
Chapman, Tom // Journal of Business (10756124); 09/28/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 20, pA11
Reports the court decision regarding worker's compensation in Washington. Reliance of the Appellate court on the Workers' Compensation Act; Provisions of the industrial-insurance law; Details on the appeals of retired mechanic Loren Lee against Boeing Co.
- It didn't please the court.
Hansen, Mark // ABA Journal; May98, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p20
Reports that the Texas Supreme Court referred lawyer Bob Hilliard and his co-counsel Barry Nace to the State Bar of Texas for possible disciplinary action, because Hilliard insulted its justices by requesting a reversal of its July 1997 judgment of $3.75 million dollars in favor of his client. ...
- Lawyer, go home.
Baker, Debra // ABA Journal; May98, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p22
Reports on a ruling by California Supreme Court against law practice by firms negotiating multistate deals. Detailed information on a case surrounding unauthorized law practice; Reference to the North Dakota Supreme Court; Comments from attorney Charles Korbin.
- Florida court knocks out sex law, urges new one.
Baker, Debra // Advocate; 1/19/72, Issue 77, p3
Reports that the Florida Supreme Court has invalidated the state's crime-against-nature law under which homosexual acts were prosecuted as felonies. Overview of the voided law; Reason behind the court's move; Decisions to the felony convictions of Alva Gene Franklin and Stephen F. Joyce;...
- Cancellation of 'Tolerance Day' Up by Maine Court.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 8/20/85, Issue 427, p12
Reports that the Maine Supreme Court unanimously upheld the action of a local school board in cancelling a 'Tolerance Day' program after protests from some residents over the participation of a lesbian as of August 20, 1985. Comments of the president of the Maine Lesbian/Gay Political Alliance...
Freiberg, Peter // BioScience; Oct1980, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p710
A correction to the article "Supreme Court Decision Gives New Life to Old Issues," in the September 1980 issue is presented.
- The case for bankruptcy appellate panels.
Carlson, Thomas E. // Brigham Young University Law Review; 1990, Vol. 1990 Issue 1, p545
Discusses the need for Bankruptcy Appellate Panels (BAPs), specialized appellate tribunals composed of bankruptcy judges sitting in three-judge panels, in the United States. Purpose of the panels; Recommendation made by the Federal Courts Study Committee created in 1988; History of BAPs;...
- Models of judicial choice as allocation and distribution in...
Aranson, Peter H. // Brigham Young University Law Review; 1990, Vol. 1990 Issue 3, p745
Presents an article which seeks to elucidate some common and competing elements of two distinct literatures about the Supreme Court's constitutional decision making, which are judicial behavior and law and economics. What judicial behavior and law and economics is; Three decisional modes to...
- Government Structure.
Aranson, Peter H. // Mexico Country Review; 2011, p62
The article offers information on the government structures in Mexico including the cabinet which is appointed by the president under the consent of the Senate, the judicial branch Corte Suprema de Justicia (Supreme Court of Justice), and the political parties and leaders.
- Excerpts From the US. Supreme Court's Ruling in Westside v. Mergens.
Aranson, Peter H. // Education Week; 6/13/1990, Vol. 9 Issue 38, p12
No abstract available.
- Stevens' Dissent.
Aranson, Peter H. // Education Week; 6/13/1990, Vol. 9 Issue 38, p14
No abstract available.
- Just in time.
Aranson, Peter H. // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 8/25/2006, Issue 323600, p3
A photograph of the Fifth Appellate Courthouse in Fresno, California is presented.
- FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND TRUE THREATS.
Rothman, Jennifer E. // Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy; Fall2001, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p283
Proposes a test for determining what is a true threat. Reasons true threats are not protected speech; View of the supreme court of threats; Criticisms of tests.
- COURTSIDE IN NEW YORK.
Rothman, Jennifer E. // Insurance Advocate; 6/10/2002, Vol. 113 Issue 22, p18
Deals with the court decision handed by the Bronx County Supreme Court in New York City in a lawsuit by two plaintiffs for recovery under a liability based on their separate claims that, as witness to an accident, they suffered mental distress.