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Judging Judicial Minimalism

The Court avoided the issue of partisan gerrymandering yesterday by remanding Gill v. Whitford on standing grounds. A number of commentators have noticed the Court's recent minimalism. Garret Epps asserts that the “Court so far has taken every possible opportunity … Continue reading

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Nursing Providers – Designation of Disability Rights Texas as Protection and Advocacy System in Texas

Provider Letter – PL 18-08 (NF)  – Nursing providers have been issued a  new provider letter regarding Disability Rights Texas (DRTx). Prior to March 2011, Disability Rights Texas was known as Advocacy, Inc. As a part of recent rules amendments, HHSC Long-term … Continue reading

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What a PC Government Means for Workplaces in Ontario

Over the past 15 years under a majority liberal government, workplaces in Ontario saw many employment and labour law reforms. Most recently, the liberal government introduced Bill 148 which made significant changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the … Continue reading

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Fifth Circuit tells pro se foreclosure plaintiffs in 2nd appeal that their claims shall remain in federal court after removal from state court

Mr. and Mrs. Smith go to the Fifth Circuit – once more. U.S. District Court's denial of motion to remand case to state court affirmed.  OWEN M. SMITH; DANA NORWOOD SMITH, Plaintiffs-Appellants,v.BARRETT DAFFIN FRAPPIER TURNER & ENGEL, L.L.P.; STEPHEN C. PORTER; … Continue reading

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