clinton v city of new york case brief

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  • Consent of the Governed: A Constitutional Norm that the Court Should Substantially Enforce.

    ... prerogatives of states in run-of-the-mill cases, the Court uses a deferential test allowing some .... Similarly, in Clinton v. City of New York (124) decided in 1998, ... Marci Hamilton and I advanced in an amicus brief. Brief of the Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI Inc. et ...

  • Wielding the Constitutional Sword: Lampley's Expansion on Evidencing Sexual Discrimination.

    ... judgment appeal nor in his appellate brief that illustrated his or the employer's behavior. ... the grant of summary judgment, remanded the case, and directed the trial court to issue ...City of Salem in 2004, as Title VII prohibits ...President Clinton signed "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the military ..., Washington, District of Columbia, and New York recognize genders outside of the binary. Josh ...

  • 522 U.S. 1144 (1998), 97-1374, Clinton v. City of New York City

    ...briefing schedule is granted.  In this case probable jurisdiction noted.  Brief ...

  • Beyond the Indian commerce clause.

    ... free consent, or By the right of Conquest in case of a just War--To dispossess them on any other ...(7.) In Lara, for instance, the majority briefly mentioned the Treaty Clause, as well as ...Clinton, There Is No Federal Supremacy Clause for Indian ... (2014); Jeffrey Toobin, Partners, 87 New Yorker 40-51 (2011). Last Term, for instance, Justice .... (317.) City of Sherrill v. Oneida Indian Nation, 544 U.S. ...

  • New Africa in the world coming to Harlem: a retrospective comparison of Jerry Rawlings and Thomas Sankara.

    ... step, it is imperative to give a basic brief overview of Ghana and Burkina Faso's political ... 500-person rally was organized by the New York-based Patrice Lumumba Coalition, an ... York Amsterdam News, a staple of New York City's, Black community, reported that attendee ... present that compelled President Bill Clinton to say, " .. in the last decade, under your ...In each case, the respective leaders of Ghana and Burkina Faso ...

  • 591 F.3d 37 (2nd Cir. 2009), 06-5023-cv, Fulton v. Goord

    ... of Correctional Services; State of New York, Defendants-Appellees. No. 06-5023-cv. United ... Hale and Dorr LLP, New York, NY, on the brief), for Plaintiff-Appellant.           ... prison, roughly 300 miles from her New York City home, as part of a state-run Inmate Visitor ... 300 miles from New York City in DOCS's Clinton County " Hub Area." Soon thereafter, when he ... of standing," rooted in Article III's case-or-controversy requirement, consists of three ...

  • Prods and pleas: limited government in an era of unlimited harm.

    ...'s role to grapple with the merits of such cases--even if only to the extent of finding no ... a coalition of states, land trusts, and the City of New York is suing five of the nation's largest .... (72.) For instance, when the Clinton Administration established a voluntary Holocaust .... (155.) Brief for the Tennessee Valley Authority as Respondent ...

  • Diffusing disputes: the public in the private of arbitration, the private in courts, and the erasure of rights.

    ... (457) Moreover, although the Supreme Court's case law does not much discuss confidentiality, the ... preview, seven conclusions emerge from this brief survey of available data. First, obtaining the ... Association of Securities Dealers, the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, the ... 125, at 36; Eagleton Federal Courthouse, CITY ST. LOUIS, http:// ...Clair, Vermilion, Clinton, LaSalle, DuPage, Madison, Bard, Champaign, ...

  • Intragenerational constitutional overruling.

    ... of Fisher's standing, but after a few brief exchanges, Justice Stephen Breyer changed the ..."--there are a limited number of such cases (some three dozen where the overruled case was ...New York ex rel. Tipaldo (61) still reaffirmed Adkins v. ... Virginia study showing that nationally 'big city voters have less than one-half the representation ... Nixon and extended to either the Clinton or Obama presidency, (227) and Republicans gained ...

  • Property rights, state police powers, and the takings clause: the evolution toward dysfunctional land-use management.

    .... Following a brief presentation of the philosophical and political ... unfettered control over some object, in this case land as well as all the natural resources and ... Enabling Act ("SZEA") and the Standard City Planning Enabling Act ("SCPEA") issued in the ...Transp. v. New York City, when New York City's Landmark Preservation .... (66.) City of Clinton v. Cedar Rapids & M.R.R. Co., 24 Iowa 455, 461 ...

  • Empire States: The Coming of Dual Federalism.

    ... a framework of dual sovereignty, as a brief tour of postratification history suggests. ... through the principle enunciated in Calvin's Case that the common law did not of its own force ... single, two-tier court system, and only New York created separate equity courts. (45) Moreover, ... association and to expand the powers of the city of New York. (126) Corporations, the council ...43, at 270 (James Madison) (Clinton Rossiter ed., 1961). . (291.) Id. . (292.) New ...

  • COULD OFFICIAL CLIMATE DENIAL REVIVE THE COMMON LAW AS A REGULATORY BACKSTOP?

    ...history. In some of these cases, the Supreme Court issued injunctions to control ... flowed into Lake Michigan, the source of the city's drinking water. Not surprisingly, the city ...Supreme Court in 1908. The state of New York sued New Jersey in an effort to block ... Despite not being cited in any of the many briefs filed with the Court, (179) Justice Stevens ... to use these authorities until President Clinton's second term. (281) This history convinces ...

  • An offense-severity model for stop-and-frisks.

    ...In the mid-1990s, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) embraced a new ...(10) Subsequent case law has clarified that pretextual motivations for ...This Part offers a brief review of Terry in order to demonstrate that ...Stuntz, O.J. Simpson, Bill Clinton, and the Transsubstantive Fourth Amendment, 114 ...

  • Hunting and the Second Amendment.

    ... a better reading of law and history--the case for Second Amendment coverage of hunting and ...(45) Bill Clinton, whose bona fides as a hunter are probably more ...) Arguing in favor of hunting easements, New York Senator Charles Schumer similarly suggested that ...In Ezell v. City of Chicago, for example, the Seventh Circuit ...The majority briefly suggests that the "right to keep and bear Arms" ...

  • A foe more than a friend: law and the health of the American urban poor.

    ... that consigns the urban poor to the inner city with its limited social capital and political ... improving the situation, President Bill Clinton issued Executive Order 12898 in 1994, which ...In the case of severe lead-paint poisoning, the latter could ...According to New York City Health Commissioner D. Thomas Farley, sugary ...(46.) See id. . (47.) See J. A. STOLOFF, A BRIEF HISTORY OF PUBLIC HOUSING 1 (2004). . (48.) See ...

  • 859 F.3d 741 (9th Cir. 2017), 17-15589, State v. Trump

    President Trump, in issuing Executive Order 13780, "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States," exceeded the scope of the authority delegated to him by Congress. After determining that plaintiffs have standing to assert their claims based on the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), the Ninth Circuit held that plaintiffs have shown a likelihood of success on the...

    ...Schmidt, Hogan Lovells U.S. LLP,. New York, New York; Sara Solow and Alexander B. Bowerman,. ... in the City of New York, and The Southern Poverty Law Center. ... of State and Homeland Security to make case-by-case. exceptions to these restrictions " ...See. Brief of the Foundation of Children of Iran and ... rel. Zivotofsky v. Clinton, 566 U.S. 189, 196, 132 S.Ct. 1421, 182 ...

  • 478 U.S. 265 (1986), 85-499, Papasan v. Allain

    ... Edelman v. Jordan , 415 U.S. 651. In both cases, the trustee is required, because of the past ... City of Corinth v. Robertson, 125 Miss. 31, 57, 87 ....         Brief for Petitioners 13. The idea that this last ... Financing of Education in the State of New York vii (1923)).         Given this rational ...         Clinton" 1,813.93 105 1,178.70 110 1,702.73 101.     \xC2"...

  • Have we moved beyond the civil rights revolution?

    ...'s new book, lies not in a series of court cases, but in popular sovereignty and the separation of ...' "operational needs." For example, after New York City placed a large number of black officers in a ... when making appointments, from Bill Clinton's efforts to have a cabinet that "looks like ..., and nurses) signed on to an amicus brief that used racial realist rationales for physician ...

  • CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT AND THE POLITICS OF PLACE.

    Introduction 571 I. County Prosecutors, City Crime 574 II. Prisons and the Census 585 ... almost every aspect of a defendant's case: they decide whether to press charges or drop the ... diseases like tuberculosis; a study in New York suggested that in the short run, each year spent .... Before moving on, a brief but important point: while I have focused here on ... http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/08/us/new-york-clinton-correctional-facility/index.html ...

  • NO FRACKING WAY: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF LOCAL SHALE DEVELOPMENT BANS IN NEW YORK.

    .... Part II briefly outlines the costs and benefits of fracking, and ... delivering drinking water to New York City residents but failed to impose similar ...) replaced Anschutz Exploration in the Dryden case. (106) The New York Appellate Court upheld the ... excluded towns in the following counties: Clinton, Columbia, Dutchess, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, ...

  • Reviving Federal Regions.

    ... of the same agency, at least in certain cases. (24) Another proposal is that when an agency ... metropolitan planning, as in Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.; the ..., noting that "[t]he federal government, in brief, is no longer distant, but local"; that latencies ...A recurring theme in the Clinton Administration, for instance, was whether federal ...

  • OUR REGIONALISM.

    ... regions spread across two pages of the New York Times. (1) Although "American policy making ...In brief, whether created by state actors, federal actors, ... the challenging state." (89) In the extreme case, sectional alliances have yielded threats of ... federal regional offices to statehouses and city halls." (236) By empowering state executives, the ...Tibbetts, Reinventing Federalism: The Clinton/Gore Program for a New Partnership Among State, ...

  • 839 F.3d 1 (D.C. Cir. 2016), 15-1177, PHH Corp. v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    In the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, 12 U.S.C. 5491, Congress established a new independent agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), an independent agency headed not by a multi-member commission but rather by a single Director. PHH is a mortgage lender that was the subject of a CFPB enforcement action that resulted in a $109 million order against it. PHH seeks to vacate the order,...

    ...With him on the. briefs were Helgi C. Walker, Mitchel H. Kider, David M. ... L. Schulman and David T. Case were on the brief for amicus. curiae ... 1994, President Clinton issued a signing statement expressing. his ... logic." New York Trust Co. v. Eisner, 256 U.S. 345, 349, 41 ... Clinton v. City of New York, 524 U.S. 417, 450, 118. S.Ct. ...

  • Constitutional arrogance.

    ...I focus on three case studies--recess appointments, removal, and ... to bypass Congress, just as President Clinton cultivated popular support at Congress's expense .... (39) See, e.g., Brief of Constitutional Law Scholars as Amici Curiae in ... to appoint an appraiser at the port of New York during the current holiday adjournment of the ...See Clinton v. City of New York, 524 U.S. 417 (1998); see also Steel ...

  • New Majoritarian Constitutionalism

    Ever since Alexander Bickel coined the phrase "countermajoritarian difficulty," commentators have frequently described the Supreme Court as either a "majoritarian" or "counter-majoritarian" institution. In this heuristic dichotomy, the Justices either base constitutional law on their own independent and subjective interpretations or they rely on extrinsic indicators...