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Fraudulent Misrepresentation Of Domestic Law

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Updated excerpt from Joseph Lookofsky, "In Dubio pro Conventione? Some thoughts about opt-outs, computer programs and preëmptions under the 1980 Vienna Sales Convention (CISG)", 13 Duke J. of Comp. & Int'l L. 263 (2003), < http://www.law.duke.edu/shell/cite.pl?13+Duke+J.+Comp.+&+Int%271+L.+0263 >. Reproduced with permission of the author. "In [some] situations, the Convention will contain a remedial rule which expressly 'covers' a given issue, but we still need to consider the possible application of concurrent , potentially 'competing' remedies under domestic law. Assume, for ...
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Findlaw Case Summaries: Criminal Law and Procedure - June 21-25 ...
In a constitutional challenge to 18 U.S.C. section 2339B(a)(1), which prohibited knowingly providing material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization, the Ninth Circuit's affirmance of partial judgment for plaintiffs is reversed in part where the material support statute was constitutional as applied to the particular forms of support that plaintiffs sought to provide to foreign terrorist organizations. . U.S. Supreme Court, June 24, 2010 Skilling v. US, No. 08–1394 The Fifth Circuit's affirmance of defendant Jeffrey Skilling's honest-services fraud conviction is affirmed in part where pretrial ... market research, surveys and trends
A Colossal Fracking Mess | Business | Vanity Fair
arly on a spring morning in the town of Damascus, in northeastern Pennsylvania, the fog on the Delaware River rises to form a mist that hangs above the tree-covered hills on either side. A buzzard swoops in from the northern hills to join a flock ensconced in an evergreen on the river’s southern bank. Stretching some 400 miles, the Delaware is one of the cleanest free-flowing rivers in the United States, home to some of the best fly-fishing in the country. More than 15 million people, including residents of New York City and Philadelphia, get their water from its pristine watershed. To regard its unspoiled beauty on a ... market research, surveys and trends

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Tobacco Medicaid Litigation: Snuffing Out the Rule of Law
Tobacco is under siege. No fewer than 39 states are suing the industry to recover Medicaid outlays for smoking-related illnesses. Florida has led that effort with a new statute, allegedly resting on principles of equity, that strips tobacco companies of their traditional rights and puts in their place a shockingly simple rule of law: the state needs money; the industry has money; so the industry shall give and the state shall take. During the past 40 years, not a single smoker received a single dollar of damages from tobacco companies, as juries ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Justices Rule Against 'Foreign-Cubed' Suits in US Jurisdictions
ruled unanimously on June 24 that foreign investors could no longer use U.S. courts to sue foreign companies for fraud, marking the first time the court has addressed the application of U.S. securities law overseas. The case, Morrison v. National Australia Bank , involved three Australian investors who sued NAB for an alleged fraud involving the bank's U.S. mortgage subsidiary in Florida. The court dismissed the case on the grounds that U.S. courts had no jurisdiction to hear cases involving foreign investors purchasing securities from a foreign company on a foreign exchange, otherwise known as "foreign-cubed" or "f-cubed" ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A Colossal Fracking Mess
arly on a spring morning in the town of Damascus, in northeastern Pennsylvania, the fog on the Delaware River rises to form a mist that hangs above the tree-covered hills on either side. A buzzard swoops in from the northern hills to join a flock ensconced in an evergreen on the river’s southern bank. Stretching some 400 miles, the Delaware is one of the cleanest free-flowing rivers in the United States, home to some of the best fly-fishing in the country. More than 15 million people, including residents of New York City and Philadelphia, get their water from its pristine watershed. To regard its unspoiled beauty on a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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FAIR AND ACCURATE CREDIT TRANSACTIONS ACT OF 2003
of law referred to in section 101(a)(13) of title 10, United. States Code; and ..... misrepresentation of fact by the individual requesting the information relevant to the ..... fraudulent or may be the result of identity theft; and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Domestic Torts in Connecticut
Domestic Torts in Connecticut. 2009 Edition. Compiled by Law Librarians ...... “ A cause of action for fraudulent misrepresentation is an ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Electronic Library on International Commercial Law and the CISG
According to this provision, the Convention "governs only" the formation of an international sales contract (CISG Part II) [4] and the rights and obligations of the parties "arising from such a contract" (CISG Part III); [5] conversely, the Convention is "not concerned with" sales contract "validity," just as it cannot be concerned with non-contractual claims. [6] Given this seemingly clear-cut delimitation, one might be tempted to conclude that claims relating to (e.g.) misrepresentations or other "abuses of the [sales contract] bargaining process" [7] can only be settled by the ...
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