The character of the crime is determined not by the specification of the provision of the law alleged to have been violated, they being conclusions of law
, but by the recital therein of the ultimate facts and circumstances,' the court said.
"Great American has not shown that 'no reasonable insurer would have refused [the $900,000] settlement offer' at the time it was made," O'Toole wrote in his March 31 findings of fact and conclusions of law
inGreat American Insurance Co.
We adopt the referee's findings of fact and conclusions of law
and agree that the seriousness of Attorney Sweeney's professional misconduct warrants the revocation of his law license.
In layman's terms, a petitioner cannot simply state conclusions of law
in his pleadings, i.e., he cannot simply claim that constitutional violations had transpired; he must allege and prove facts as supporting basis to conclude that constitutional violations did indeed take place.
On January 16, 2019, without admitting or denying any of the allegations, findings of fact or conclusions of law
, the Company's subsidiary, Sterling Jewelers, reached a settlement and entered into a consent order with the CFPB and NY AG.
(48) The memorandum explained the judge's rationale and requested that the plaintiff submit proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law
as an expansion of the memorandum.
The commission released its findings of fact, conclusions of law
, order and recommendations Friday.
As the hearing closed, Castro said he would delay taking the matter officially under advisement until all litigants submit proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law
. Those are due next month.
Essentially, all trial court rulings fall into one of three categories: 1) conclusions of law
; 2) findings of fact; and 3) discretionary decisions.
* whether the judge requires proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law
to be filed in bench trials and, if so, when the judge requires that the proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law
be filed; and
The order stands for the principle that board orders must carefully weigh all presented evidence and meaningfully connect the factual conclusions--including mitigating evidence--to the conclusions of law
and the imposed sanctions.