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Tenth Circuit Takes Expansive View of the Definition of the Term “Mining,” Holding Wind Farm Project Needs Permit Prior to Commencement of Excavation in Tribal Mineral Estate

United States of America v. Osage Wind, LLC et al., 871 F.3d 1078 2017 WL 4109940 (10th Cir. Sept. 18, 2017). Causing heartburn for project applicants developing on tribal land, the Tenth Circuit reversed the District Court for the Northern District … Continue reading

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Summarily terminating a federal officer holding a term appointment from his or her position

Summarily terminating a federal officer holding a term appointment from his or her positionPHH Corporation v Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, USCA District of Columbia Circuit, Docket #15-1177NYPPL earlier summarized the decision in PHH Corporation v Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a … Continue reading

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Hospital’s Failure to apply for charity care for psychiatric emergency patient leaves hospital holding the bag

DRAFT   MUST REWRITE    text from daily briefingHEALTH CARE LAW New Jersey has a Charity Care program which pays for hospital care for uninsured individuals who meet the stringent income and asset requirements and also file an application. If an eligible … Continue reading

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South Carolina Court Reversed Summary Judgment in Favor of UM Carrier, Holding Claimant Was Not Negligent in Failing to Identify Hit and Run Driver

There are many scenarios through which a claim for uninsured or underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) insurance benefits may arise. Typically, such a claim happens as a result of a South Carolina car accident in which the negligent driver either had no … Continue reading

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Institute for Law Teaching & Learning holding one day conference for new law profs and adjuncts

The Institute for Law Teaching & Learning along with Texas A&M ​University ​School of Law are co-sponsoring a one-day conference on April 28, 2018 for new law professors and adjuncts. The details are below for planning purposes with registration to… … Continue reading

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