benefits of creating a bright-line rule
for resolving church property
The conclusion briefly discusses the policy benefits that this bright-line rule
Despite the particular circumstances of Gray, the majority's bright-line rule
, which bars the use of the words "deleted" or "deletion," is still favorable because it neither unduly prejudices Bell nor presents an untrue fiction to the jury.
This section proposes a bright-line rule
to prevent plaintiffs from using supplemental jurisdiction to evade this requirement.
the bright-line rule
of Morrison strikes a perfect balance; its application will continue to dramatically alter the securities litigation landscape.
the actual balance of the DIF, our bright-line rule
does not compound a
Third, although Professor Jeffrey Fisher rightly touches on the idea of bright-line rules
, (4) there are a number of areas where originalism leads away from bright-line rules
The proposed bright-line rule
would preclude the tax department from adjusting the treatment for tax purposes and require the adjustment to be made directly in the books.
A bright-line rule
that prevents consideration of the pension benefits that are being received ignores the fact that some of the benefits might have accrued after the time the benefits were equitably divided.
In June 2002, the trial court refused to allow Fox to amend her complaint, relying on the bright-line rule
created by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
2) The Court held that the Fourth Amendment does not require the application of any such bright-line rule
, but rather is based on a fact-specific reasonableness inquiry.
Second, HUD expects the final rule emerging from this process to achieve the impossible in addressing the qualification: a bright-line rule
146) The Court's bright-line rule
provides that contacts solely by "mail or common carrier" do not constitute physical presence.
At the same time, there is no bright-line rule
for protecting employers' assets without running afoul of the courts and alienating employees.
263(a)-5(e) provides a bright-line rule
for determining whether certain investigatory costs are facilitative.