Tag Archives: Recognize

Fourth District Holds City Violated CEQA By Refusing To Recognize Exemption For Single Family Residence Project And Attempting To Subject Owner’s Already Authorized And Completed Demolition Action To Retroactive Environmental Review (Yet Absolves City From Liability For Regulatory Taking)

In a published opinion filed September 18, 2018, the Fourth District Court of Appeal (Div. 1) affirmed a judgment granting a writ setting aside the City of San Diego’s (City) decision to subject a coastal development permit (CDP) application for … Continue reading

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Rhode Island Declines to Recognize Couple’s Relationship as Common-Law Marriage

Rhode Island is one of the minority of states that recognize common-law marriage. However, there are certain things that are required in order for a court to decide that a couple is in a common-law marriage. One requirement specifically was … Continue reading

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FBI Wish List: An App That Can Recognize the Meaning of Your Tattoos

EFF: “We’ve long known that the FBI is heavily invested in developing face recognition technology as a key component in its criminal investigations. But new records, obtained by EFF through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, show that’s not … Continue reading

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Chambers Global and USA 2018 Recognize InfoLawGroup; InfoLawGroup Partners

Chamber Global and Chambers USA 2018 have released their new rankings and InfoLawGroup is once again recognized for Media and Entertainment in Illinois, with two of our partners, Justine Gottshall and Jamie Rubin, being highlighted. Ms. Gottshall was also ranked … Continue reading

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Kentucky Does Not Recognize “Negligent Credentialing” as a Cause of Action Against Hospitals

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital, LLC v. Adams, 536 S.W.3d 683 (Ky. 2017) Under the “negligent credentialing” doctrine, the plaintiff will prevail in a suit against hospital when: (1) the hospital owed the patient a duty to insure a competent medical … Continue reading

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