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CONTENTS I Introduction II The Curran and Ward Analysis III The Courts at Federation IV Constitutional and Post-Constitutional Federal Arrangements for Courts V Developing a Framework for Federal Jurisdiction after 1918 VI The Postwar Harbingers of Change VII Emerging Nationalism and the Federal Courts VIII Federal Courts as Integral to the Federal Polity IX Three Tiers of Federal Justice X Conclusion: Federal Courts and Federal Identity
Furthermore,he directed measures to make immediate arrangements for the up-gradation of the infrastructure in the Federal Courts and Tribunals Lahore.
According to Erie, federal courts must defer to state supreme courts concerning the content and scope of state law.
Further, the court noted that the Federal Court had previously denied jurisdiction over the case when the defendant hospital had sought to have the case removed to the Federal Court five years earlier.
While plaintiffs' lawyers couldn't accuse corporations of violating federal securities laws (those claims may be made in federal courts only), they could accuse corporations of common law fraud or violating state (as opposed to federal) securities laws.
While litigants often debate the scope of "relevance," the Federal Courts routinely err in favor of permitting discovery.
Federal courts have struck down some state laws regulating pornography, ruling that the First Amendment prohibits what the courts have described as the "freedom of expression.
Other speakers targeted the federal courts, a regular object of Religious Right wrath.
Then an appeals court ruled that Smith was entitled to nothing because federal courts lack jurisdiction in probate disputes.
Federal courts are generally loath to substitute their judgment for that of the agency entrusted by Congress with the task of administering a statutory program.
Three high-profile cases of reporters being subpoenaed to reveal their sources highlight the innumerable cases of federal courts aggressively pursuing journalists:
Between June and September of 2004 federal courts in California, New York, and Nebraska all ruled unconstitutional a ban on so-called partial-birth abortion enacted last year by Congress and gleefully signed into law by George W.
He explained that there have been other failed attempts to strip federal courts of jurisdiction on specific issues.
Rehnquist warned: "The number of cases brought to the federal courts is one of the most serious problems facing them today.
Reversing a lower court and joining other federal courts in ruling on the issue, the Seventh U.
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