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Why a Maryland Husband Still Owed Alimony Even After Proving that His Ex-Wife Was Living With Her Romantic Partner

When you are negotiating a separation agreement, it is important to “sweat the small stuff,” or more advisably, retain an experienced Maryland divorce attorney to “sweat the small stuff” for you. Each detail in your agreement is binding, and small … Continue reading

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Proving retaliation for engaging in protected union activities

Proving retaliation for engaging in protected union activities Rockville Centre Teachers Asso. v PERB, 281 AD2d 425 A Public Employment Relations Board [PERB] Administrative Law Judge [ALJ] ruled that the Rockville Centre Union Free School District had dismissed an employee … Continue reading

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The party alleging that an individual has changed his domicile has the burden of proving such a change of the individual's "permanent place of abode"

The party alleging that an individual has changed his domicile has the burden of proving such a change of the individual's "permanent place of abode" Matter of Gigliotti v Bianco, 2011 NY Slip Op 02206, Appellate Division, Fourth Department The … Continue reading

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Proving Defendant Knew the Drugs Were There is Not Enough for a Drug Possession Conviction in Florida

In a recent case outside of Jacksonville, Florida, the police were looking for someone who had a warrant for his arrest. They tracked him down to a house which had a secondary building in the back yard that was also … Continue reading

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Airline prevails on summary judgment by proving it took all reasonable measures to avoid delaying passengers

Cohen v. Delta Air Lines, Inc. (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 8, 2010). The plaintiffs had tickets for travel from New York (JFK) to Buenos Aires, Argentina, connecting in Atlanta. Due to an air traffic control mandate, the flight to Atlanta was delayed, … Continue reading

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