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Supreme Court Set To Rule On Constitutionality Of SEC's ALJs
As a result, the Supreme Court appointed an amicus curiae, New York appellate attorney Anton Metlitsky, to defend the SEC's prior position.
United States
9 Jul 2018
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When In Doubt, Assume The Earliest Possible Deadline
One of the most important factors in preserving your appellate rights is knowing when the clock starts running on your deadline to appeal.
United States
26 Sep 2017
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New York's High Court Holds Additional Insured Coverage Extends Only To Injuries Proximately Caused By Named Insured's Fault
During the policy period, an MTA employee was injured by an explosion that occurred when one of BSI's machines contacted an exposed electrical cable.
United States
1 Aug 2017
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Texas Supreme Court Clarifies When Insured May Recover Policy Benefits
In an effort to clarify over 20 years of conflicting precedent, the Texas Supreme Court announced five rules that, according to the court, explain the relationship between claims for breach of insurance...
United States
3 May 2017
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Circuits Split Over Constitutionality Of SEC's Administrative Law Judges
The circuit split may make this issue ripe for future U.S. Supreme Court review.
United States
13 Apr 2017
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Third Circuit Affirms Rescission Of $25 Million Contaminated Products Policy
After Starr declined coverage, Heinz brought suit against Starr, alleging breach of contract and bad faith for Starr's denial of coverage for losses Heinz suffered as a result of a recall of...
United States
23 Feb 2017
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D.C. Circuit: SEC's In-House Court Is Constitutional
The D.C. Circuit was found that the appointment of the SEC's administrative law judges (ALJs) is constitutional and upheld the constitutionality of the APs.
United States
28 Oct 2016
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