Skojec

Skojec

A unit of account used in medieval central and eastern Europe. Also used as a unit of weight, it is believed to have derived its name from cattle, which were used in bartering.
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Hancock, Ken Markison, Jeffrey Naimon, Michael Skojec, July 21, 2015 Mortgage Bankers Association webinar: Disparate Impact: Implications of the Supreme Court Ruling (Jul.
Steve Skojec, vice president of a real estate firm in Virginia and a blogger who has written for several conservative Catholic websites, wrote of Francis' statements, "Are they explicitly heretical?
Skojec says some bishops "seek to undermine legislation that limits social services" to the undocumented.
Skojec believes that "certain bishops" do not sufficiently recognize a nation's right to control its borders.
Skojec, Finality for Appeal of Federal Habeas Corpus Orders, 82 A.L.R.
Michael Skojec, Partner, Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll LLP, said the Justice Department and the advocacy groups, including the Equal Rights Center (ERC), basically seem to be dividing up cases against owners in the last several years.
Broadway ruling--the DoJ might step in because the two-year statute of limitations does not apply to it," Skojec said.