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of everything we knew about the “Legal Principles” document created by the CIA’s CounterTerrorism Center and lawyers from OLC in 2003. The OPR Report has additional information on the document (starting at PDF 107), which it refers to as the “Bullet Points,” so I wanted to update September’s post to see what more we could learn. As a reminder, the “Legal Principles” [and/or "Bullet Points"] document is a set of bullet points CIA’s Counterterrorism Center developed with the participation of John Yoo and–the OPR Report makes clear–Jennifer Koester. Koester ...
to create a legal relationship with a Third Party. Succinctly, it may be referred to as the relationship between a principal and an agent whereby the principal, expressly or impliedly, authorizes the agent to work under his control and on his behalf. The agent is, thus, required to negotiate on behalf of the principal or bring him and third parties into contractual relationship. This branch of law separates and regulates the relationships between: Agents and Principals; Agents and the Third Parties with whom they deal on their Principals' behalf; and Principals and the Third Parties when the Agents purport to deal on their ...
An Agent in Commercial Law
to create a legal relationship with a Third Party. Section 182 of the [Indian] Contract Act, 1872 defines Agent as “a person employed to do any act for another or to represent another in dealings with third persons”. Agency law deals with the tripartite relationship between: Agents and Principals; Agents and the Third Parties with whom they deal on their Principals' behalf; and Principals and the Third Parties when the Agents deal on their behalf. Contents[ hide ] 1 Brief statement of legal principles 1.1 Authority 1.2 Liability of Agent to Third Party 1.3 Liability of Agent to Principal 1.4 Duties 1.5 Termination market research, surveys and trends
After studying Elena Kagan’s record, actively participating in her hearing, and listening to the views of folks in Utah and across the country, I do not believe that she meets the standards we should require of federal judges — especially Supreme Court justices. The first important standard is experience. Ms. Kagan has never before served as a judge — and, in addition, has little legal experience of any kind. Over the Supreme Court’s long history, justices who were nominated without past judicial experience have had an average of 21 years of legal practice. Ms. Kagan has two. Her experience is instead academic and political. Ms. ... market research, surveys and trends


Business and Labor on Immigration Contrasting Views of Leaders vs ...
A new Zogby poll of senior executives, business owners, and members of union households finds that each of these groups thinks the best way to deal with illegal immigrants in the country is to enforce the law and cause them to return home. This is in stark contrast to lobbyists for large companies, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which argue for legalization. The findings of the survey are consistent with surveys done by the National Federation of Independent Business, which represents small enterprises, showing strong opposition to legalization. Among unions, the leadership strongly supports legalizing illegal immigrants, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research - Minimizing the Legal Risks of Using Online Social Networks
The explosion of online social networking shows little sign of slowing. For example, Facebook (as accessed on June 15, 2010) reports that it alone has more than 400 million active users, 50 percent of whom log onto the site on any given day. Facebook states that its average user has 130 online "friends," and that such a user creates 70 pieces of content (Web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photographs, etc.) each month. And the use of such resources is not tethered to a desktop PC: Facebook relates that more than 100 million active users currently access the system through their mobile devices. Such remarkable growth ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Surprise! Google Granted New Biz License To Operate In China
Interestingly in a surprising announcement, search engine behemoth Google Inc., over the weekend said that it has been unexpectedly granted a new license to continue to operate its search business in China, in a sign that the dispute over censorship in the Asian superpower has been resolved. Doubt about Google's future in China has been looming over the standoff between the search engine giant and the government – which in January warned it might because of the country's censorship policies and allegations of cyber-hacking. The search engine leader whose license was up for renewal at the end of last month, had ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Van Parys Law Office, Nicholas H. Van Parys, in pro. per.; Law Offices of Mustafa Abdul-Rahman and Mustafa Abdul-Rahman for Plaintiff and Appellant. Paul L. Giannini, in pro. per.; and L. Paul Mankin, IV for Defendant and Respondent. TURNER, P.J. Plaintiff, Nicholas Van Parys, appeals from a September 29, 2009 judgment confirming an arbitration award in favor of defendant, Paul Giannini. We affirm the judgment. First, plaintiff has failed to provide an adequate record. Second, based on the record provided, plaintiff's contentions have no merit. The parties entered into an attorney association agreement on October 4, 2008. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


HOW TO BRIEF A CASE I. Distinctions A. A case brief is a ...
Holding: This is a statement of law that is the court's answer to the issue. ... legal principles to the particular facts in the case to reach its decision. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Commission Legal Brief: Cendant Corp. Litig.
In re California Micro Devices Sec. Litig., 168 F.R.D. 257, later proceeding, 168 F.R.D. 276 (N.D. Cal. 1996), later proceeding, 965 F. Supp. 1327 (N.D. Cal. 1997) In re Cendant Corp. Litig., 182 F.R.D. 144 (D.N.J. 1998), later proceeding, 109 F. Supp. 285 (D.N.J. 2000) In re Donnkenny Inc. Sec. Litig., 171 F.R.D. 156 (S.D.N.Y. 1997) In re Horizon/CMS Healthcare Corp. Sec. Litig., 3 F. Supp. 2d 1208 (D.N.M. 1998) In re Lucent Technologies, Inc., Sec. Litig., 194 F.R.D. 137 (D.N.J. 2000) In re McKesson HBOC, Inc. Sec. Litig., 97 F. Supp. 2d 993 (N.D. Cal. Dec. 22, 1999) In re Milestone Scientific Sec. Litig., 183 F.R.D. 404 ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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WikiAnswers - What is the mission statement of The Four Seasons Hotel
According to their website, the Four Seasons Hotel does not have a mission statement per se, but they have their corporate values, which is quite long. In brief, they say: "The company's guiding principle is the Golden Rule, and as such Four Seasons strives to have a long-lasting, positive influence on the communities where we operate and on the people we employ and serve around the world. We believe that this is integral to our success as a company. This commitment is expressed consistently in our actions, through three main areas of focus. " First answer by Suemgp55 . Last edit by Kamuna . Contributor ...
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I would like to write a short story from the perspective of for example Elvis Presley or Jimi Hendrix. So the story would be written from heaven and it would have the name signed of the famous person. I would like to sell it as well but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to? Of course I would say it's a fictive story but can I make money from something like this using a famous dead persons name in this situation? Thank you in advance for your advice, I will appreciate any help! posted 4 months ago in Corporate Law | Closed Share This Attorney, Counselor at Law and Founder at Gioconda Law Group PLLC see all my answers ...