At the Prefontaine Classic that year, Favor
Hamilton ran 4:00.
The district court ruled in favor
of the defendants.
Watkins sued, and the 9th Circuit eventually ruled in his favor
Together with favors
done for relatives, servants and friends, it formed a coherent pattern of behavior that cannot be interpreted as specifically religious or pious, but rather as altruistic.
USING "PERMITTED DISPARITY," PLANs are allowed to have limited discrimination in favor
of higher paid employees.
Respondents were also strongly in favor
of disclosure of the present value of options in the year of grant (32.
Stamps' own work dovetails with the Clemson team's observation that some father birds favor
daughters over sons.
is disrupting the way people rediscover their neighborhood and get the best food, groceries, and supplies delivered.
For Romney, those numbers were flipped: 36 percent said his policies would favor
the middle class, compared with 52 percent who said they'd favor
the rich and just 2 percent who said Romney's policies would favor
the poor, the poll said.
How easy it would be for our legislators to answer the first question by saying that, of course they favor
upholding the laws, casting off another sound bite on their unwavering support for law enforcement.
Over-aggressive defense of first-party claims and bad-faith lawsuits can backfire on insurers, leading to verdicts in favor
of the plaintiffs.
The Real Estate Board of New York is applauding a recent modification in the commercial rent tax return form, calling it a "important change in favor
of tax equity.
DC Fla (6/25/99), a district court once again decided in favor
of an employer.
Although most taxpayers also said they would favor
replacing the current tax system with a new system, over half opposed replacing the current system with a fiat tax.
The question used was: "Do you favor
or oppose allowing students and parents to choose a private school to attend at public expense?