Emergency action plans tell dam owners how to prevent failures, as well as what to do if a dam breaks. Most include telephone numbers of emergency officials to contact if a dam breaks or is in danger of breaking. Federal and state laws require dam owners to have emergency action plans, including the military. … [Read more...] about Once-secret report reveals new details about failed Fort Jackson dam
The defendant by themselves, their partners (if applicable), directors, principal officers, servants, retailers, stockiest, distributors, representatives and agents be restrained by a permanent order and injunction from directly or indirectly, using, copying, making copies of, issuing copies, communicating to the public or using in any other manner, the plaintiff’s artistic work or any other colourable imitation of the same including the label/trade dress of the defendant’s product “SPASMO– PRONYVON”. Pass a decree of permanent injunction against the defendants thereby restraining them by through themselves, their partners, directors, principal officers, employees, representative, stockist, dealer, agents, sister companies to forthwith surrender and hand over to the plaintiff company for destruction of all the goods/products that are an imitation of the plaintiff company trademark and of all material, goods, articles, utensils, stickers, hoardings, boxes … [Read more...] about Bombay HC Restrains Jackson Labs From Manufacturing Or Selling Drug Deceptively Similar To Wockhardt’s Spasmoproxyvon [Read Order]
Practice Point: The order in Estate of Michael Jackson, as well as the Tax Court’s prior opinion in Tucker v. Commissioner, TC Memo. 2017-183, highlight a very important aspect of preparing an expert report for submission in Tax Court: it must be complete and accurate at the time of its submission. It is good practice to run a litigation database search (e.g., Lexis or Westlaw) on your expert’s testimony experience as a check on what the expert has listed in his report. … [Read more...] about IRS Valuation Expert for Michael Jackson Estate Case Almost Thrown Out!
On Friday, Federal Magistrate Judge Mark D. Clarke partially dismissed a lawsuit brought by commercial alfalfa farmers seeking to overturn a Jackson County ordinance that banned the use of GMO seed stock (“It is a county violation for any person or entity to propagate, cultivate, raise, or grow genetically engineered plants within Jackson County.”). The farmers claimed that the anti-GMO ordinance, which voters approved overwhelmingly last May and is set to take effect on June 5th, was prohibited by Oregon’s Right to Farm Act because it violated their right to farm. … [Read more...] about Big Win for Anti-GMO Groups as Oregon Federal Judge Upholds Jackson County GMO Ban
Jackson’s answer amounted to a blast: “It may be doubted whether Mr. Lincoln would have thought that the strength of government to maintain itself would be impressively vindicated by our confirming power of the state to expel a handful of children from school. Such oversimplification, so handy in political debate, often lacks the precision necessary to postulates of judicial reasoning. If validly applied to this problem, the utterance cited would resolve every issue of power in favor of those in authority and would require us to override every liberty thought to weaken or delay execution of their policies.” Again, not a single citation of anything—just close analysis of the issues. … [Read more...] about Celebrating the powerful eloquence of Justice Robert Jackson