31) If the bar authority determines that an arguable
question of professional duty exists, that the subordinate lawyer relied on a supervising lawyer's resolution of the question, and that such resolution was reasonable, the subordinate lawyer will be protected from professional discipline despite a determination that the course of conduct actually violated a professional rule.
2) My review is even more arguable
when I praise and indeed celebrate what could be called chaos and anarchy in standards for college-level writing.
Accordingly, the uncontradicted evidence before the chambers judge was sufficient to meet the test of a good arguable
case on damages at the service ex juris stage.
The Tax Division voluntarily adopted the RPOS standard in lieu of the old "reasonable basis" standard--an arguable
position or colorable claim.
It is also arguable
that the Clinton administration placed too much hope in the ability of Nelson Mandela's South Africa to act as as a regional force for good.
It is at least arguable
," Sorin contends, "that without the East Europeans a viable, visible, distinctively Jewish culture would have become increasingly unlikely in America and might have disappeared.
It is arguable
that the 'picture' he paints so vividly is really that of the 'mid-Victorian' period and not that of either the early decades or the last.
Reasonable basis exists if a position is arguable
, even if it is likely to fail in the courts.
Levy also comments, "We have come to use the word |moot' to mean |not worth debating or discussing,' while the American Heritage Dictionary defines moot as |subject to debate, arguable
The result: a partial and arguable
picture of a breakthrough organism.
We are unpersuaded and find no arguable
basis for granting permission to appeal.