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In addition to the Radioshack class action, two other class actions have been filed that implicate the Communications Excise Tax (Rosenberg v.
An in-depth study of what specific behaviors and actions would create a hostile environment is not within the scope of this article.
The key assumption in applying action research to school counseling is that if counselors wish to strengthen their status as professionals within the domain of education, they must take responsibility for generating new knowledge within their field, put their knowledge to the test of critical review and reflection, and base their actions to strengthen their practice on carefully thought-through inquiry.
Professor Katznelson skillfully documents in this important book that the large, white middle class that we now know was created largely by government actions starting with President Roosevelt's New Deal.
From the inception of the FOMC, the Federal Reserve has had an obligation to maintain records of the Committee's policymaking actions and to publish those records in its annual report to the Congress.
It is not yet clear the extent to which an upcoming Supreme Court decision on contingent fee awards will affect class actions.
Christian faith and morality ask about the kinds of persons we ought to be, the sorts of actions we ought to do, and the kinds of communities we ought to be in light of our faith in Jesus Christ.
Ethics is the application of these moral principles through decisions and actions.
There's a definite concern that doing high-profile or confrontational direct actions now isn't the best strategy.
While the goal was originally to serve victims by streamlining the civil justice system, the evidence is clear that in most class actions, Americans are actually being victimized by their own lawyers.
Each of the steps to implement the above Vision has specific Actions associated with them and dates by which they are to be accomplished.
Many supporters of affirmative action say the court's rulings are not the doomsday actions the media portrays.
This anecdote underscores a problem that permeates American society and has consequences for many public debates - ranging from affirmative action to capital punishment to welfare: the same or comparable actions are judged differently, depending on the racial identities of the actors.