Much criticism surrounds the caselaw
finding liability for a doctor's failure to disclose his/her own HIV status, particularly for the courts' willingness to accede to "HIV hysteria", and the error of basing materiality of risk on opinion polls, thus equating what the average person would want to know with what the "reasonable person" would want to know.
Warren of Roknich & Gibson in Sarasota presented "Autism: Best Practices and Caselaw
Update" at the Fourth Annual Conference of The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates in Arlington, Virginia.
At the Web site, users can access LEXIS caselaw
for $9 and the Shepard's citations service for $4 through a credit card system.
Both Trusts Third and a modest trend in caselaw
and legislation show a growing willingness to give some effect to traditionally invalid attempts to create trusts for indefinite classes of beneficiaries or for specific or trustee-selected non-charitable purposes.
Updated by Mia Fennell and Linda McKayPanos, this publication contains the full text of the Alberta Act, including recent amendments, new by-laws, literature, current caselaw
and panel decisions.
The Court began by examining the source of prosecutorial immunity, noting the previous caselaw
on the issue, and then reiterating the appropriate test to be applied by the Court to determine what level of immunity is proper.
There is ample caselaw
to support a reversal of a rent reduction order based upon the agency making a finding outside the parameters of the tenants' original complaint.
The one exception to this was a period of time from the late '70s to the early '80s in Massachusetts, where it was widely accepted that the caselaw
of Commonwealth of Massachusetts v.
Legal and business publisher Pike & Fischer, a BNA company, is pleased to announce the release of a 2005 Supplement to its unique desk reference The Digital Millennium Copyright Act: Text, History & Caselaw
This Article articulates first principles of market power, diagnoses sources of confusion in the current caselaw
, and scrutinizes the recognized methods of proving market power without reliance on market definition and market shares.
The third part focuses on counseling Soldiers on beneficiary designations and applies lessons learned from beneficiary designation caselaw
to SGLI counseling for servicemembers.
ABN plans ultimately to integrate artificial intelligence free-form search functions to combine with Dean's Law Dictionary and ABN's 100,000+ caselaw
database to allow users to enter case-specific parameters and ask questions such as "Is this a contract?