For another thing, parties
that issue subpoenas should be aware that courts are much more willing to shift the costs of production from the responding party to the requesting party in cases where the requesting party has not sufficiently protected the producing party from "undue burden or expense.
Prohibit ex parte contacts between the arbitrator and the parties
And, as every employee who's ever gone to a company event can tell you, not all parties
are created equal.
Dueling accountants usually present two different sets of numbers, creating a range within which the parties
are likely to settle.
The Raw Dukes affair may have been the first time key activists had heard of a sex party catering to men of color where condoms were officially banned, but most for-profit sex parties
openly allow unsafe sex.
The first parties
developed in the late 1700s, when George Washington was President.
must use federally regulated funds to pay for all federal election activities, including voter registration and turnout efforts that feature federal candidates and broadcast ads that "promote, support, attack, or oppose" a federal candidate.
One of the major causes of past-due receivables is that the facility has not defined clearly to its residents/responsible parties
and business-office staff when the accounts are to be paid.
The issue of how America's two main political parties
have dealt with race is still a potent one, as Republican Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi discovered.
There are often negotiations between both parties
as to the timing of the apology, the specificity of the offence, the nature of the explanation, the degree of remorse and the amount of reparations.
But the coalition was a fragile mosaic of small parties
that was doomed to fail.
Kelleher had some fierce disputes with people when he switched parties
, but his friends knew he was something of a maverick.