• Employment Law Assignment
    based on the outcome of the 1st grievance. 10/03/08: PW and MM wrote an apology letter to the Claimant. 26/03/2008: the Claimant received an appeal date. 18/04/08: The Appeal. 29/04/08: A letter from the Appeal telling the claimant his appeal was not upheld. The appeal found that the procedure of...
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  • Lai Foon Yung
    is part of Thomson Reuters. © 2013 Thomson Reuters Hong Kong Ltd. LAI FOON-YUNG v TIN SUM VALLEY PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL 1 July 1985 High Court HC (High Court) (Labour Tribunal Appeal No.7 of 1985) Citations: [1986] HKLR 128 Presiding Judges: Hunter, J. Phrases: Employment - damages for...
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  • Cyberlaw
    , whereas slander is only a tort. Jones v Jones [1916] 2 AC 481, HL A woman D alleged orally that a teacher P had committed adultery with the school cleaner on school premises, but P's action for slander did not assert special damage. Affirming the Court of Appeal and finding for D, the House of...
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  • R Sarkaria Judgment
    . In short, the petitioner had failed to prove that the respondent had withdrawn from his society without reasonable excuse. 30. In the light of what has been said above, the appeal fails and is hereby dismissed with costs. 31. Appeal dismissed....
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  • Elbert School National Junior Honor Society Bylaws
    the current year; 2) assist the Chapter Advisor in the identification of students who are scholastically eligible for application prior to the first school day of October; 3) hear all appeals from students who are non-selected and reconvene the Faculty Council if a procedural or technical error has...
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  • Csc vs Delacruz
    regulation of the activities of flying schools were part of the work performed by respondent for more than 13 years prior to his appointment. It is elementary in the law of public officers that the power to appoint is in essence discretionary on the part of the proper authority.  In Salles vs. Francisco...
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  • Torts
    Arulmighu Dhandayudhapaniswamy Thirukoil, Palani, Tamil Nadu v. The Director General of Post Offices, Department of Posts & Ors, CIVIL APPEAL NO. 4995 OF 2006 (Submission of project for B.com L.L.B (H)) Tanya srivastava Amity Law School Amity Law School Amity...
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  • Cases on Contract
    an alleged warranty that a tender received by the deadline would be considered. The judge awarded damages for breach of contract and negligence. The council's appeal was dismissed by the Court of Appeal. ACCEPTANCE Brogden v MRC (1877) B supplied coal to MRC for many years without an agreement...
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  • Employment Law Notes
    after an appeal by the employee, with the Court stating that the tribunal had not erred in law concluding that the employee had not satisfied them that she had been constructively dismissed. Employers must not be put in a position where they cannot incorporate terms to improve business methods. On the...
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  • BR Sebastian Enerprises Inc. v. CA
    appeal is DISMISSED. SO ORDERED.”ii[2] The Antecedent Facts On March 29, 1988, petitioner through its former counsel, Atty. Antonio M. Pery, filed a Complaint to recover the sum of P11,420,000.00 from Asia Trust Development Bank (“Asiatrust” for brevity) and the Central Bank of the Philippines (“CBP...
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  • cases on labor law
    . The corporation constructively dismissed petitioner when it reduced her salary by P2,500 a month from January to September 2001. This amounts to an illegal termination of employment, where the petitioner is entitled to full backwages. Thus this petition is GRANTED and is REMANDED to the Labor...
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  • The Downfall of Excessive Religious Freedom
    and profess whatever religious doctrine one desires," (Falkenberg). Many believe that religious freedom is absolute and unconditional; one should be able to carry out all religious beliefs they profess without interference from the law. However, those beliefs should not interfere with the law, or...
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  • Pil Cases
    - petitioners could not prove alleged illegality of transfers - letter of Law Minister only in form of request and neither violate any constitutional right nor inflict public injury - petitions dismissed. • The rule of locus standi have been relaxed and a person acting bonafide and having sufficient...
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  • Hello Kitty
    in declaring that respondent's appointment was only from April 24 to September 17, 2000.  Accordingly, the NLRC declared that respondent was a regular employee and that he was illegally dismissed. Nevertheless, the NLRC held that reinstatement would not promote industrial harmony; hence, the NLRC...
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  • Ipl Syllabus
    Companies. In 1984, PEVB filed a letter-complaint with the SEC for the cancellation of the word “Phillips” from Standard Philip’s corporate name. The SEC en banc affirmed the dismissal of PEBU’s complaint by one of its hearing officers. The Court of Appeals dismissed PEVB’s petition for review certiorari...
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  • Saga
    from the most recent, please list here schools/universities/polytechnics you have | | |attended and the dates and any qualification(s) obtained. | | |School/university/polytechnic attended: Name...
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  • LES 305 Notes
    Courts Hear matters of state law Separate system from federal system Stare Decisis Courts will follow the rule of law from pervious decisions for consistency except Cases are factually distinguishable (Sony and Grokster cases – beta and time shifting v. software and intentional infringement...
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  • Swisher
    removal from school for some shorter period may ever be so trivial a deprivation as to require no process, and, if so, how short the removal must be to qualify. Courts of Appeals have held or assumed the Due Process Clause applicable to long suspensions, Pervis v. LaMarque Ind. School Dist., 466 F.2d...
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  • R v Multani Law Factom
    the board, and the Quebec Court of Appeal accepted the appeal and ruled in favor of the board’s decision, and dismissed Multani’s motion for declaratory judgment. Citing s.1 of the charter as, they considered the safety of the school. To put a “reasonable” restraint on Gurbaj’s right to religion...
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  • Laboring Case
    petitioner is ORDEREDto PAY the private respondent: (a) backwages computed from August 28, 2000 (the date the employer illegally dismissed the private respondent) up to July 29, 2003, the date of finality of the decision of the Court of Appeals in CA-G.R. SP No. 74653; (b) separation pay computed...
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