KERRY Katona has threatened not to pay to her mum Sue for
help with her upcoming autobiography.
I've known Sue for
many years,'' said legendary UCLA men's basketball coach John Wooden, her mentor and friend.
The Texas law under which the Supreme Court case arose allowed patients to sue for
failing to exercise ordinary care when making health treatment decisions.
That would be state law, so the SysTrust practitioner faces 50 jurisdictions, each with the authority to determine the legal standard under which nonclients have a legal right to sue for
Other times, as in Davis, O'Connor joins the liberals but seems to negotiate them down to a compromise position professedly reserving the right to sue for
severe or egregious cases, given "the inevitability of student misconduct and the amount of litigation that would be invited" by going further (to quote her opinion in Davis).
A specialist at Birmingham General Hospital recommended Sue for
our Give A Girl Health fund.
Up until a couple of years ago, a broker who performed his services in New York could sue for
commissions in New York no matter where the property was located, explained Gurfein.
But relatively few victims have taken advantage of state legislation that took effect a year ago, giving them another chance to sue for
losses sustained in the 1994 earthquake.
They'd sue when you gave a bad reference, then sue for
failure to warn - failure to give a bad reference when your old employee committed some atrocity in his new job.
In CPC, the court said there is no private right for a group to sue for
violations of the anti-fraud provisions of the Martin Act.
The question is whether a stranger, a third party, can in effect sue for
malpractice that wasn't committed on that person,'' Mirell said.
Disney Resorts International and the California State University System, purchased Sue for
Those laws dramatically expanded accident victims' rights to sue for
The ACLU said the 17-year-old law allowing officers to sue for
defamation is ``outrageous and wrong.