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Conflicting Stories in New Orleans Car Accident

Generally, when you have a car accident it is a fender bender, and it is clear to the police and the court what events took place. However, in some situations, the evidence can support different versions, and the parties do … Continue reading

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Evaluating conflicting testimony and the credibility of witnesses in a disciplinary hearing

A court may not weigh the evidence or reject the choice made by the hearing officer in a disciplinary proceeding where there is conflicting evidence and room for choice exists. Where  there is room for choice, the court may not … Continue reading

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Conflicting Interpretations of Worker Classification

The common law of principal-agent relationships admonishes us that “no man can serve two masters.” But can one person work as an employee and independent contractor at the same time, thereby serving both oneself and one’s employer as master in … Continue reading

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Conflicting Tax Provisions in Colorado Constitution Remain Unresolved

The Colorado Constitution sets a fixed ratio between real property taxes collected from assessments on residential properties and real property taxes collected from assessments on commercial property. For this to happen, the legislature must adjust rates each year as assessments … Continue reading

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The Conflicting Tugs of Community and Inclusion

Kenneth A. Stahl, The Challenge of Inclusion, 89 Temple L. Rev. 487 (2017). Steve Eagle “Inclusion” is one of those words that typically elicits warm and positive feelings. However, when an entire society is described as “inclusive,” the question arises—included … Continue reading

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