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Smits v Roach | High Court of Australia | 20 July 2006

ON 20 JULY 2006, the High Court of Australia delivered Smits v Roach HCA 36; (2006) 228 ALR 262; (2006) 80 ALJR 1309 (20 July 2006). 512 more words

Courts And Tribunals

Governor Scott Announces Elimination of Critical Needs Waitlist for Persons with Disabilities

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced all individuals with critical needs who have been on the Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) waiting list as of July 1 will be offered enrollment in the Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Medicaid waiver. 240 more words

Selective Waiver Doctrine Rejected in FCA Case: K–Mart Must Disclose Work Product Data to Relator

In a case that should teach us all a lesson, the USDC for the S.D. of Illinois ruled that K–Mart waived its work product protections over attorney-created data when it disclosed the data to HHS investigators. 522 more words

Attorney-Client Privilege

Aerial advertising company has history of hard landings, crash

Disturbing details are emerging over the safety record of the company that wants to bring aerial advertising to Hawaii.

Records indicate that Aerial Banners Inc., which has the same owner as Aerial Banners North, had its waiver from the Federal Aviation Administration revoked because of accidents in the air in Florida — including hard landings, a plane crash, as well as running out of fuel. 423 more words


Doctrine of Waiver

In State of Punjab v. Davinder Pal singh Bhullar, (2011) 14 SCC 770, the court explained the doctrine of waiver on the basis of the earlier pronouncements which were taken note of and discussed the same in the following manner: 342 more words


Virginia Gets Federal Education Waiver

RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia is getting relief from federal education requirements and sanctions.

The Virginia Department of Education says federal education officials have approved the state’s request for a one-year extension of its Elementary and Secondary Education Act flexibility waiver. 137 more words


FAA responds after aerial advertising controversy

Is aerial advertising in Hawaii legal or against the law?

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, Aerial Banners North is allowed to fly despite a city ordinance against aerial advertising. 1,362 more words