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High % of winning disability assessments

According to the independent newspaper, in recent months the governments plan to cut disability benefit for the mentally ill health conditions for personal independent payment PIP, has came under severe scrutiny. 346 more words

Mental Health, Bipolar

People v. Superior Court

In extraordinary circumstances, a Court of Appeal may issue a precedential decision denying a writ petition without first issuing an order to show cause or alternative writ, if it gives the parties ample notice of its proposed action.  142 more words

Civil Procedure

Announcement of Thorat Committee

The JNUTA is very glad to announce that Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat, (Chairperson, ICSSR) has accepted its request for him to play a fundamental and leading role in addressing the issues of alienation and discrimination along the lines of caste in JNU, in the wake of the unfortunate demise of Mr. 150 more words


Obliterating AA: Home Office decision-makers instructed to no longer use “contested’ and ‘non-contested’ definitions in Iraqi security situations

The  Home Office  must have realised  that their previous August 2016  Policy Notes  could be readily  rubbished  at appeal  as they have now replaced most of those and  published further Notes  on  the security and humanitarian situation in Iraq: 923 more words

Human Rights

Medicare Appeals Adjudication Delays: Is Relief Finally in Sight?

By Adrienne Dresevic, Esq. and Jessica L. Gustafson, Esq. of The Health Law Partners, P.C.

Section 1869 of the Social Security Act establishes the five-stage uniform Medicare appeals process applied to Medicare Part A and Part B reimbursement appeals. 782 more words


Read the concurring and dissenting opinions from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Alex Aleinikoff

Here is a link to the decision of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals not to review the decision of a panel of the Court issued February 9th, which rejected a challenge to the decision of the (Washington State) District Court to… 96 more words




Why do the majority of distressed homeowners think they can act as their own counsel, especially when it comes to filing an appeal in their case? 997 more words

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