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  • Privatizing the Reservation?

    .... In 1823, the Court decided Johnson v. M'Intosh, (105) the first of the "Marshall ...Tribes filed lawsuits against states that had purchased Indian lands in ... peoples, see, for example, Patrick Wieland & Thomas F. Thornton, Listening to (Some) Barking ...

  • Arbitration About Arbitration.

    .... (69.) See, e.g., John J. Barcelo III, Who Decides the Arbitrators' .... (94.) See Parsons v. John Wieland Homes & Neighborhoods of the Carolinas, Inc., 791 ...lawsuits might have had on educational institutions' ...

  • 140 F.3d 927 (11th Cir. 1998), 97-9381, Lops v. Lops

    ... "however irregular or erroneous"); Johnston v. Duncan, 227 Ga. 298, 298, 180 S.E.2d 348, 349 ..., 408 S.E.2d 103, 104 (1991); see also Wieland v. Wieland, 216 Ga.App. 417, 418, 454 S.E.2d ....1990) ("Other courts faced with second lawsuits brought by the same plaintiff have considered ...

  • Regulating for rationality.

    ...(9) For example, John List studied the behavior of agents in the sports ... strategies are available to courts in lawsuits. A court may attempt to gather "micro data": that ... choices); Syngjoo Choi, Shachar Kariv, Wieland Muller & Dan Silverman, Who Is (More) Rational?, ...

  • Rethinking IOLTA.

    ... may not engage in lobbying; class-action lawsuits; criminal defense-related work; advocacy for .... (9.) See Betsy Borden Johnson, "With Liberty And Justice For All": IOLTA in ...156, 180-81 (1998). . (57.) See, e.g., Wieland v. Lawyers' Trust Fund of Ill., 836 N.E.2d 166, ...

  • Religious Exemptions and Accommodations for Coverage of Certain Preventive Services Under the Affordable Care Act

    ...In several other lawsuits challenging the Mandate, the previous ...JAMA 2006;295:1809-23, and John Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health School of Health, ...See Wieland, 196 F. Supp. 3d at 1015-16 (quoting Mo. Rev. ...

  • 867 F.3d 338 (3rd Cir. 2017), 16-1275, Real Alternatives, Inc. v. Secretary Department of Health & Human Services

    The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, 124 Stat. 119, requires employer-provided health insurance plans to cover various preventative services, including FDA-approved contraceptives, at no cost to participating employees. The “Contraceptive Mandate” includes a limited exemption for houses of worship and their integrated auxiliaries. Religious non-profit and for-profit employers may...

    ...District Judge: Honorable John" E. Jones, III. . .         \xC2"... highly contentious lawsuits but none more intensely fought. than the ... in Wieland v. United States Department of Health & Human. ...

  • 739 F.2d 362 (8th Cir. 1984), 83-1234, Brown v. United States

    ...SMITH; Francis L. Winner; Burl M. Johnson;. Larry J. Lopez; Daniel A. Devere; Con L. ...Wieland, Kluender, Atwood & Jacobs, Lincoln, Neb., for ... challenged conduct is litigated in these lawsuits.         B. Effect on Military ...

  • Gambling, Greyhounds, and Gay Marriage: How the Iowa Supreme Court Can Use the Rational-Basis Test to Address Varnum v. Brien

    In the 2007 case Varnum v. Brien, a Polk County, Iowa judge ordered the state of Iowa to begin processing marriage licenses for same-sex couples. One of the rationales for striking down the gay-marriage ban was that it failed to pass rational-basis review. If the Iowa Supreme Court chooses to uphold the ruling, it should choose to apply rational basis "with teeth," a form of scrutiny...

    ... to others, and did not prevent collusive lawsuits against insurance companies. 95 . In striking ...§ 595.2(1) (2007); see also William Stacy Johnson, A Time to Embrace: Same-Gender Relationships in ...

  • Antitrust M&A Snapshot - May 2019

    UNITED STATES: JANUARY - MARCH 2019 UPDATE - In the first quarter of 2019, vertical merger enforcement continued to be a hot topic for the US antitrust agencies. The Court of Appeals upheld the district court’s decision in the AT&T/Time Warner transaction, finding that the Department of Justice (DOJ) did not meet its burden of proof in challenging this vertical transaction. At the Federal...

  • CFPB Proposes Ban on Class-Action Limitations in Arbitration Agreements

    On May 5, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the “CFPB” or the “Bureau”) issued a long anticipated Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for arbitration agreements (the “Proposal”) that, if finalized as proposed, is expected to result in the curtailment of pre-dispute arbitrations arising from the sale of consumer financial products and services. Please see full alert...

  • How to Rock Your Film – Without Landing in Copyright Jail

    It’s a miracle that Nina Paley’s feature length animation, “Sita Sings the Blues,” escaped a life sentence. Sadly many films never do. Great music enhances film and video. Digital video editing tools make it easy to add popular music and remixes to a film. Unfortunately, permission to use commercial music in an independent film is not easy to acquire. Filmmakers, who sync...

  • Benefits Litigation Update – Fall 2015

    Message from ERIC President and CEO Annette Guarisco Fildes: Welcome to the Fall edition of Benefits Litigation Update, brought to you by The ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC) and the law firm of Epstein Becker & Green. Please see full Newsletter below for more information.

  • CFPB: The Quarterly Review - July 2016

    In This Issue: •The CFPB Speaks •Rulemaking •Debt Collection •Payday Lending •Mortgages •Upcoming in 2016 - In the second quarter of 2016, the CFPB continued its strong pace of activity, initiating two major rulemakings, issuing multiple industry reports and resolving several notable enforcement matters...&

  • Payment Processor Risk: Do You Know It When You See It? Red Flags for the Unwary

    Recent litigation and enforcement activities of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB” or the “Bureau”) spotlight the heightened regulatory focus on payment intermediaries, i.e. processors, and their role as “gatekeepers.” In the CFPB’s words, expressed in the Bureau’s recently filed complaint against payment processor Intercept Corporation and its principals (“Intercept”), payment...

  • CFPB: The Quarterly Review - April 2016

    If the first quarter is any indication, 2016 is going to be a busy year for the CFPB and market participants alike. The CFPB Speaks - Regulation by enforcement - On March 9, during his prepared remarks to the Consumer Bankers Association, CFPB Director Richard Cordray emphasized that institutions should pay careful attention to...

  • Health Law Alert - Spring 2009

    This issue of Ober|Kaler's Health Law Alert includes these articles: What Providers Must Know When Appealing RAC Audit Findings Will Online Medicare Enrollment Facilitate Processing? AHRQ Regs Create Patient Safety Organizations D.C. Circuit Ruling May Imperil Future Charity Care Days Litigation New CMS Regs, PRRB Rules Set Rights for Part A...

  • Business Litigation Report -- December 2012

    In This Issue: Firm News: ..Quinn Emanuel Deutschland Named “IP Law Firm of the Year” and “Patent Law Firm of the Year” by JUVE ..Intellectual Property Trial Lawyer Amar Thakur Joins Quinn Emanuel ..Jennifer Kash Named Among The Recorder’s 40 Women Leaders in Law ..Quinn Emanuel...

  • Health Law Alert - Summer 2008

    This issue of the Health Law Alert addresses a number of ongoing issues of import and relevance to our friends and clients. Specifically, we write about the focus on Medicare Part D, device manufacturers and CMS?s decision to deny payment for certain hospital-acquired conditions, commonly referred to as ?never events.? The past few months have seen a number of developments...

  • In the CFPB’s Crosshairs…2016 and Beyond

    Overview of 2015 and Implications for 2016 - In many respects, 2015 was a defining year for the CFPB. It was a year in which the relatively young agency took important steps to solidify its policy positions and more clearly define its enforcement, supervisory and regulatory authority and the industries over which it will actively exercise such authority. For example, in...

  • Governance & Securities Law Focus: Asia Edition, April 2013

    In this issue: - US DEVELOPMENTS - Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) Developments - Noteworthy US Securities Law Litigation - Recent SEC/DOJ Enforcement Matters - EU DEVELOPMENTS - European Securities and Markets Authority (“ESMA”) Publishes an...