There is hardly a subject of litigation between individuals, which may not involve
those ingredients of fraud, accident, trust, or hardship, which would render the matter an object of equitable rather than of legal jurisdiction, as the distinction is known and established in several of the States.
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Many tax-avoidance or "listed transactions" may involve
exempt parties as a way of accomplishing their goals.
In addition, it is imperative to involve
various professionals and agencies who can address and intervene with the various needs affecting the Latino student population from a resiliency or asset based model (La Roche & Shriberg, 2004; Osterling, 2001).
This applies especially to passive spinal stretching in the hands of amateurs as well as forceful attempts to assume certain yoga postures which involve
spinal hyperflexion, hyperextension, and rotation.
Fiduciary relationships involve
duties of trust and confidence.
The challenge has been to involve
people who might not have the time or interest and make it worthwhile to them,'' Coro Executive Director Carrie Lopez said.
A sequel project might well involve
the role of children, and concern about children, in motivating and shaping resistance to globalization.
In 1974, Karapandzic first described the use of a myocutaneous flap to close defects that involve
more than half the lip surface area.
does it involve
interpreting of a statute that is unique to a state as opposed to being similar to statutes in other jurisdictions?
Original jurisdiction: The Court must hear eases that may set a precedent (ruling that can later be used to justify a similar case), and other legal disputes that involve
a state or the federal government.
Work practices involve
training employees to perform tasks in ways that reduce their exposure to workplace hazards.
Twenty years ago, stealing a trade secret would often involve
taking a compendium of documents.
In 13 states, the most serious offenses involve
victims younger than 12 (in two of these, younger than 10).
The case that led to the found-ing of the original Washington Independent Newsletter Association involve
accreditation to the Congressional Press Galleries.