bypasses the FASA's jurisdictional
limitations and requires
The deeply embedded conventional wisdom is that the AIA is jurisdictional
We believe PHMSA is outside its jurisdictional
authority by inspecting and attempting to impose different regulations on the assets and operating procedures currently regulated by OSHA and the EPA.
discretion, and ease inter-branch tension--even
Moreover, governmental intelligence agencies, regulatory entities, financial intelligence units (FIUs) and cross-border law enforcement agencies all stand to benefit from this objective jurisdictional
risk assessment solution.
NASBA's National Qualifications Appraisal Service (NQAS) can evaluate whether a jurisdiction is "substantially equivalent," but jurisdictional
requirements vary on issues ranging from licensing to codes of professional conduct.
In a large organization with a decentralized tax and incentive process, there could be a number of jurisdictional
agreements in place.
Since the SWANCC decision, the Corps and EPA have provided limited additional guidance to the districts concerning jurisdictional
determinations, and the Corps has prohibited the districts from developing new local practices for determining the extent of Clean Water Act regulatory jurisdiction.
com and news stories on LexisOne; links to practice-specific news from the general press; and, jurisdictional
maps that allow users to browse recent headlines from top litigation states.
With increasing numbers of states and institutions seeking to influence conduct on global markets, conflicts among jurisdictional
It also eliminated the jurisdictional
requirement that administrative remedies be exhausted before a court could award damages.
This theme is clear and one that is well explicated by several authors, but the effects of jurisdictional
shifts due to war and military occupation require more assertive delineation as an equally important thematic construct.