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SUPREME COURT DENIES REVIEW OF NEW YORK INTEREST RATE EXPORT CASE

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In Madden v. Midland Funding, LLC, 786 F.3d 246 (2d Cir. 2015), cert. denied, No. 15-610, 2016 U.S. LEXIS 4211 (U.S. 1,051 more words

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No Human Rights Here - McDonald v McDonald in the Supreme Court

McDonald v McDonald UKSC 28

The European Convention on Human Rights, and the Human Rights Act 1998 are basically intended to regulate the relationship between individuals and the State, not between individuals themselves, which is generally left to domestic law. 1,445 more words

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கருக்கலைப்பு - சுப்ரீம் கோர்ட் அனுமதி!

கருக்கலைப்பு – சுப்ரீம் கோர்ட் அனுமதி!

கருக்கலைப்பு – சுப்ரீம் கோர்ட் அனுமதி!

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Donald Trump and Federal Indian Policy: “They don’t look like Indians to me.”

In 1993, Donald Trump appeared before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources to offer testimony on Indian gaming. 1993 Donald Trump bears a striking resemblance to Presidential Candidate Donald Trump, in terms of demeanor and language – Trump’s oral testimony is consistent with the language he has used throughout his campaign for President. 2,059 more words

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Supreme Court stays Adarsh Housing Society demolition for now

The society and residents challenged the ruling in the top court, which asked the government on Friday not to demolish the structure.

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court stayed the demolition of the controversial Adarsh Housing Society building in Mumbai and asked the defence authorities to take possession of the property while it decides whether the construction was carried out in violation of green laws and in connivance with politicians and bureaucrats. 189 more words

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{Book Attraction} You Have the Right to Remain Innocent by:James Duane

Law professor James J. Duane became a viral sensation thanks to a 2008 lecture outlining the reasons why you should never agree to answer questions from the police—especially if you are innocent and wish to stay out of trouble with the law. 144 more words

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