quasi contract example
798 F.3d 1119 (D.C. Cir. 2015), 14-7030, Banneker Ventures, LLC v. Graham
Plaintiff, a real estate developer, alleged that WMATA signed a contractually binding Term Sheet preliminarily selecting plaintiff to develop property above a Metrorail station and giving plaintiff the exclusive right to negotiate a final development agreement. Plaintiff filed suit raising claims related to its allegation that one of WMATA's Board Members, Jim Graham, abused his position and his...
... to negotiate for a final development contract to carry out its proposal. . ...2014). For example, the Second Circuit has explained that a written ... . . . WMATA, a quasi-governmental entity created by an interstate ...
618 F.3d 300 (3rd Cir. 2010), 07-4046, In re Insurance Brokerage Antitrust Litigation
... had solicited rigged bids for insurance contracts, and had received improper contingent commission ...For example, the complaint relates a statement by a former ... that tying might better be described as a " quasi" per se offense, " since some element of [market] ...
E-discovery: where we've been, where we are, where we're going.
...For example, you had a corporation client that the Department ...So a discovery request or order, a contract, regulation, or statute will trigger preservation ... conferences and five judicial opinions or quasi-judicial opinions, is searching via predictive ...
120 F.2d 641 (D.C. Cir. 1941), 7503, Bethlehem Steel Co. v. National Labor Relations Board
...The act would be ineffectual if each new example of interference, domination, etc., required a new ... an object of legislative solicitude when contract, death, or operation of law brings about change ..., and did not act in a judicial or quasijudicial manner. 27 1 Cir., 114 F.2d 930, 942. 28 ...
ANTITRUST ANALYSIS INVOLVING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND STANDARDS: IMPLICATIONS FROM ECONOMICS.
... from increases in static efficiency--for example, by requiring forced sharing of IP. But economics ...Therefore, licensing contracts will generally be procompetitive, fostering both ... be required to license their patents at quasi-regulated (i.e. low) rates and be prohibited from ...
Against Adversary Prosecution
American prosecutors are conventionally understood as having two different roles. They seek conviction and punishment as adversary advocates, and they also ensure the system's fairness as ministers of justice. This Article argues that the former role, prosecutorial adversarialism, should be rejected. It should be written out of ethics codes and removed from lawschool textbooks. The essence of...
Straddling the Federal-State Divide: Federal Court Review of Interstate Agency Actions
Until recently, scholarship on administrative federalism has focused on the vertical divide—the relationship between the federal and state governments. A growing body of literature, however, considers the benefits of horizontal federalism—the relationship between two or more states that work together to address shared issues. The interstate compact formalizes agreements among states about how...
- What Are Courts For? Have We Forsaken the Procedural Gold Standard?
509 F.2d 278 (5th Cir. 1975), 73--3686, Louviere v. Shell Oil Co.
... for indemnity as an action or claim in quasi contract for unjust enrichment.' 205 So.2d at ...See, for example, Appalachian Corporation v. Brooklyn Cooperage ...
Self-help and the separation of powers.
... to redress a perceived breach of my contract or property rights--say, by deducting damages ...(224) (This is another example of how self-help not only polices violations of ...) The branches fight over their legal and quasi-legal authorities, but the fight itself is not ...
A STUDY IN SALVAGE.
... shipwrecks: in personam, in rem, and quasi in rem. In personam jurisdiction allows the ... their personal liability for a breach of contract or tort claim. (22) In contrast, in rem ...For example, in Rickard v. Pringle, a New York district court ...
Despite having recognized the constitutional rights of parents almost a hundred years ago, the Supreme Court has not weighed in on the subject of who qualifies as a "parent" under the Fourteenth Amendment in 30 years. In light of the Court's silence, the states have been forced to individually grapple with the issue of constitutional parenthood—a task made exponentially more difficult...
Abstract risk and the politics of the criminal law.
...For example, consider the criminalization of underage alcohol ... ages is about capacity--it is really a quasi-scientific or psychological question regarding ...(v) by an individual in accordance with a contract entered into between a school in the school zone ...
...For example, Bernard Harcourt rejects the distinction between ... or forgone global cloud service contracts. (87) Silicon Valley blames Washington for ... States's first corporate supercitizens and quasi-sovereigns. A century ago our society was one of ...
Credit Reform and the States: The Vital Role of Attorneys General After Dodd-Frank
Congress employed multiple strategies in the wake of the Great Recession to provide greater protections for consumers in the financial marketplace. One strategy aimed at agency design and resulted in creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Another strategy created new substantive prohibitions and corresponding rulemaking powers. A third strategy channeled the forces of federalism,...
The future of the family: the social and legal impacts of legalizing same-sex marriage.
... II provides just an overview and a few examples of why male-female traditional marriages merit ..." to unmarried cohabitants based on contract, quasi-contract, and several other equitable ...
515 U.S. 819 (1995), 94-329, Rosenberger v. Rector and Visitors of Univ. of Va
... Activities Fund (SAF) to outside contractors for the printing costs of a variety of ...If the topic of debate is, for example, racism, then exclusion of several views on that ... class of property owned by nonprofit [and] quasi-public corporations," id., at 673, but did not ...
- Equalizing the Threat of Noncompete Agreements: Solutions Beyond Louisiana's Tangled Web of Nullity
466 F.2d 220 (6th Cir. 1972), 71-1948, In-Flight Devices Corp. v. Van Dusen Air, Inc.
... complaint set forth claims of breach of contract and damage to business reputation assertedly ...See, Comment "Long Arm and Quasi In Rem Jurisdiction" supra, n. 11 at 322-25. Cf. ...For example, a claim arising from 'transacting business' may ...
The Trust as Trojan Horse: A Comparative Perspective on Trusts' Role in Japanese Succession Law
In Japan, as in other developed economies, demographic and social change is putting pressure on the established rules of inter-generational wealth transfer. This Article considers how the trust equips Japanese succession law to adapt to a changing society. The trust was adopted into Japanese law in the early 20th Century on the assumption that it would remain practically detached from the rest of
- The Perils of Primacy: Successor Liability for Lenders Turned Declarants in Louisiana Common Interest Communities
Are unions a constitutional anomaly?
...(11) Examples include vestiges of New Deal-style corporatism, ...But employees can be required, if a contract so provides and if state law allows, to pay the ... objectors have a right-- statutory in form, quasi-constitutional in content--to opt out of the ...
- 10 CFR 600.101 - Definitions
Corporate law doctrine and the legacy of American legal realism.
... statutory construction is a paradigmatic example of this approach. (9) . The idea that there are ..., in his reconstruction of the law of contractual promises not to compete, claimed that the ... by acting in a legislative or quasi-legislative capacity, those legislative judgments ...