This article examines the history of the creation of Australian federal courts
in relation to Curran and Wards analysis of Australian national identity as an as yet unresolved response to the receding ties to the British Empire.
25) The Fifth Circuit, after reviewing Mississippi state court decisions, concluded that the phrase "courts of this state" referred only to Mississippi state courts, not federal courts
This promotes predictability by ensuring that securities class action lawsuits will be subject to rigorous scrutiny by federal courts
applying federal standards.
In addition, patent lawsuits are a growing segment of Federal Court
Congress must merely pass a law saying that federal courts
cannot hear cases concerning this subject.
O'Connor, without dropping names, blasted congressional leaders who have continued to issue sharp broadsides against the federal courts
and promoted bills stripping the courts of jurisdiction.
the lawyer for the son, argued that Smith has no grounds to bring a separate claim in federal court
Even if they overcome all these barriers, the plaintiffs must persuade a federal court
to enjoin the DOE's administration of NCLB simply because school districts say they need more money.
We support the reporters in current federal court
proceedings who are refusing to testify about their confidential sources and now face stiff fines, even jail.
There has long been an academic debate about the power given to the federal courts
by Congress, said UCLA School of Law professor Gary Rowe.
As a result of congressional overreaching, federal courts
face overwhelming caseloads.
MetLife removed the case to federal court
, but her lawyer persuaded U.