• Case Brief of Mccart V. Block
    Brief of McCart v H&R Block, Inc. Case Name, Citation, and Court Robert McCart and June McCart, v. H &R Block. Inc. 470 N.E.2d 756; 1984 Ind. App. LEXIS 3039 Court of Appeals of Indiana, Third District Key Facts Mr. McCart opened a tax preparation business and executed a contract with...
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  • Torts Briefs
    manner and thus the issuance of an injunction is appropriate. Discussion. Unlike in the present case, when the Defendant has committed an unintentional interference, negligence is the basis of liability. 286 Carpenter v. The Double R Cattle Company, Inc. Carpenter v. The Double R Cattle...
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  • Procedure Law Western Australia
    practical consequences likely to flow from the interlocutory order sought: ABC v O’Neill (2006) 229 CLR 457 at 479. 6. The actions of the Defendants in this case give rise to the serious question to be tried as to whether the Defendants have infringed the Plaintiff’s right to support which the...
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  • Appellate Brief Example
    LEJ 2 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF F A^ SUPREME COURT CASE NO. 1051361 BARBARA MORRI S N , Plaintiff /Appellant versus PATRICIA T. SPIVEY ET AL, Defendants/Appellees 1 Appeal from the Circuit Court of Henry County , Alabama 1 BRIEF ON BEHALF OF THE PLAINTIFF/APPELLANT , BARB...
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  • Finance Manager
    HARRY C. BATCHELDER, JR.,Individually and Derivatively OnBehalf of HONDA MOTOR COMPANY,LTD. and AMERICAN HONDA MOTORCOMPANY, INC.,Plaintiff-Appellant,v.NOBUHIKO KAWAMOTO, YOSHIHIDEMUNEKUNI, HIROYUKI YOSHINO,NOBUYKI MIYATA, KOICHI AMEMIYA,MASAKI IWAI, HIROYUKI SHIMOJIMA,No. 96-56565TAKASHI MATSUDA...
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  • United States V James M Funk
    G. Carr, Chief District Judge. Argued: June 23, 2006 Decided and Filed: July 22, 2008 Before: BOGGS, Chief Judge; BATCHELDER, Circuit Judge; BELL, Chief District Judge.* _________________ COUNSEL ARGUED: Joseph R. Wilson, ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY, Toledo, Ohio, for Appellant. Spiros P...
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  • Miss
    Joseph F. Keany for appellant. Plaintiff failed to establish that her injuries were caused by negligence of the defendant and it was error for the court to deny the defendant's motion to dismiss the complaint. (Paul v. Cons. Fireworks Co., 212 N. Y. 117; Hall v. N. Y. Tel. Co., 214 N. Y. 49...
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  • Case Brief Portfolio
    . Hicks, Plaintiff-Appellant, V. Midwest Transit, Inc., An Illinois Corporation, Defendant-Appellee. No. 06-2579 January 3, 2007 Facts: This case brought before the United States Court Of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, involves a contractual dispute between the president-director, Hicks, and co...
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  • anaylsis
    -APPELLEE v. Marcus Wayne WILLIAMS, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT. Case Information: Code Sec(s): 7201 Court Name: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit, Docket No.: No. 88-7386, Date Decided: 06/14/1989 Prior History: District Court affirmed. Tax Year(s): Years 1981, 1982...
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  • Trends
    17 Cal.3d 425 (1976) 551 P.2d 334 131 Cal. Rptr. 14 VITALY TARASOFF et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA et al., Defendants and Respondents. Docket No. S.F. 23042. Supreme Court of California. July 1, 1976. 429*429 COUNSEL George Alexander...
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  • Paper
    . 2001 . ¡ Connecting and ¡fiDisconnecting¡fl Wit h Civic Life : Patterns of Internet Use and t he Production of Social Capital . ¡– Political Communication 18 (2) :1412162 . Shah , Dhavan V . , J aeho Cho , J R. Eveland , William P. , and Nojin Kwak. 2005 . ¡ Information and Exp ression in a Digital...
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  • First Amendment (Expression)
    see: Roberts v. United States Jaycees, 468 U. S. 609, 623; http://altlaw.org/v1/cases/398511 New York State Club Assn., Inc. v. City of New York, 487 U. S. 1, 13.; http://altlaw.org/v1/cases/408451 In another case, the Court found that St. Patrick’s Day Parade organizers are not forced to permit...
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  • R. V G R. V R House of Lords 16 October 2003
    subjective approach in the case of child defendants. Reliance is placed on the dissenting speech of Lord Edmund Davies in the Caldwell case. Canada and South Africa do not appear to have followed the Caldwell test and have adopted a more subjective approach. [Reference was made to R v Tutton [1989...
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  • Commercial Transactions (Contracts)
    in mind the case between John D. R. Leonard and Pepsico, the Judge applied the theory to the case by stating, “No reasonable person would not have considered the commercial an offer” (JOHN D.R. LEONARD, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. PEPSICO, INC., Defendant-Appellee., 1999). Not a Valid Agreement The...
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  • Helene Palsgraf
    . R. Co., 71 N. H. 279, 284; U. S. Express Co. v. Everest, 72 Kan. 517; Emry v. Roanoke Nav. Co., 111 N. C. 94, 95; Vaughan v. Transit Dev. Co., 222 N. Y. 79; Losee v. Clute, 51 N. Y. 494; DiCaprio v. N. Y. C. R. R. Co., 231 N. Y. 94; 1 Shearman & Redfield on Negligence, § 8, and cases cited...
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  • Alleged Irregularities in the Actions Between Sellers of Securities and Enron.
    , the case name usually appears as appellant or petitioner (the person who is appealing the case or seeking a writ of certiorari) v. appellee or respondent (the other party). So, if the defendant loses at the trial level and appeals the decision to a 82048_03_ch03_59-112.indd 59 12/19/08 10:18...
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  • Obligations and Contracts Art. 132401357
    . NICOLAS SANCHEZ, plaintiff-appellee,  vs. SEVERINA RIGOS, defendant-appellant. 4 G.R. No. L-25494 June 14, 1972 CONCEPCION, C.J.:p Appeal from a decision of the Court of First Instance of Nueva Ecija to the Court of Appeals, which certified the case to Us, upon the ground that it involves a...
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  • Sample Cases
    posted on behalf of both Felicisima Policarpio and Herminia Cruz, which action is more than enough to entitle the appellee to enforce the indemnity agreement executed by appellant. This constitutes the cause of action of appellee in the present case." (Manila Surety & Fidelity Co. Inc. v...
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  • Crim Proc
    claims of an opponent, as well as the waiver of defenses, are concerned. Hence, when the defendant-appellee in a criminal case does not file a brief, he — like a defendant who fails to answer the complaint — may, perhaps, be deemed to controvert the claim of plaintiff-appellant in all respects...
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  • Ncr Corp V Korala
    ALICE M. BATCHELDER, Circuit Judge. Page 807 512 F.3d 807 (6th Cir. 2008) 85 U.S.P.Q.2d 1481 NCR CORPORATION, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. KORALA ASSOCIATES LTD., Defendant-Appellee. No. 06-3685. United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit. Jan. 16, 2008 Argued: Feb. 1, 2007. Appeal from the United...
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