Tag Archives: Process

Complimentary Webinar: Criminal Background Inquiries in the Hiring Process

Criminal Background Inquiries in the Hiring Process:  Class Action Litigation and “Ban the Box” Trends in 2018 Wednesday, August 8, 2018 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET Speakers Robert T. QuackenbossPartner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP Washington, DC Susan JooAssociate, Hunton Andrews … Continue reading

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Conducting student disciplinary proceedings consistent with fundamental notions of due process is an "unwavering obligation"

Conducting student disciplinary proceedings consistent with fundamental notions of due process is an "unwavering obligation" 2018 NY Slip Op 05104, Appellate Division, Fourth DepartmentA college [Respondent] had sanctioned a student for alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct. In … Continue reading

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[Eugene Volokh] Court Feels "Compelled to Express … Dismay at [SUNY Buffalo's] Cavalier Attitude Toward Petitioner's Due Process Rights"

The opinion in Hill v. SUNY Buffalo, decided a week ago by a New York appellate court: Petitioner, an undergraduate student at respondent State University of New York at Buffalo, commenced … [this] proceeding to annul respondent[ SUNY Buffalo's] determination … Continue reading

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No Citation in the Court's file, no Valid Service based merely on Affidavit of Process Server, no Valid Default Judgment

Garcia v. Ennis, No. 02-17-00282-CV (Tex.App.- Fort Worth, Jun. 28, 2018) (reversing trial court's denial of bill-of-review relief against default judgment for failure to strictly comply with rules of civil procedure governing service of process and remanding for further proceedings … Continue reading

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Adopting a Stepchild in Michigan: Benefits and Process

If you have been helping to raise your spouse’s children for some time now, you probably consider them “your” children already, even if they are not “yours” biologically and legally. Obviously, you cannot do anything about the biological part. But … Continue reading

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