impermissibly


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1-069-1) (5 pages) (carrying a firearm without a license; defendants claim that there was insufficient evidence to support his conviction; defendants claim that the prosecutor erred in his closing argument in three respects, by: (1) misstating the evidence in suggesting that the defendant informed a driver about a gun; (2) impermissibly vouching for a police officer's credibility; and (3) relying on facts not in evidence to argue that the defendant threw the gun with such force that it bounced off a nearby wall) (No.
In its 2014 appeal, Chem-Solv raised four issues questioning the ALJ's determination that: (1) the company had impermissibly operated a hazardous waste storage tank regulated under RCRA; (2) a leaking chemical drum contained a solid waste rather than a useful product; (3) the company had failed to make required hazardous waste determinations for materials in the storage tank and for certain aerosol paint cans; and (4) whether the ALJ demonstrated bias against the Chem-Solv in the underlying decision.
The suit claimed two violations, according to the firm: First, the plan failed to annualize partial-year compensation when calculating a participant's "final average salary;" and second, it impermissibly "backloaded" the accrual of retirement benefits and concentrated benefit accrual in employees' later years of service.
The complaint contends that coupled with language requiring the employee to reimburse CVS for reasonable attorneys' fees incurred in the event of an employee's breach of the agreement and broad cooperation, non-disparagement, confidentiality, and release language, the severance agreement impermissibly limits employees' rights to file charges and participate and cooperate with the EEOC.
Absent an actual causation requirement for all class members, Rule 23 is not being used to simply aggregate similar cases and controversies, but rather to impermissibly extend the judicial power of the United States into administering a private handout programme.
On October 10, The Nordic Association for Clinical Sexology (NACS) issued a press release titled, "Statement on Non-Therapeutic Circumcision of Boys," clearly upholding children's right to bodily integrity and opposing male circumcision as impermissibly violating that right.
Extortionate demands for property in the land-use permitting context run afoul of the Takings Clause not because they take property but because they impermissibly burden the right not to have property taken without just compensation.
4th 564 (2011), the court phrased the question as follows: "May an insurer enforce an exclusion clause in a fire insurance policy that denies coverage to innocent insureds for damages from a fire intentionally caused by a co-insured, or does such a clause impermissibly reduce coverage that is statutorily mandated?
Forrest supported their claim, writing that the plaintiffs had a legitimate fear of detention and saying language in the NDAA was "overbroad, as well as impermissibly vague.
The Court unanimously concluded that the lack of prior notice rendered the FCC's standards impermissibly vague in these instances.
The defense also challenges the Trial Chamber's ruling on the court's selectivity, arguing that, "In the context of everything that has taken place in Lebanon over the past 40 years, the creation of a tribunal to prosecute a single incident is impermissibly selective.
In the event that an arbitration agreement imposes limitations on an arbitrator's ability to award punitive damages, where such damages would otherwise be available under statute, courts may deem such limitations as impermissibly restricting the scope of an employee's statutory remedies.
Elk Hills sued the Board for a refund, claiming the assessments were excessive because the ERCs' value was impermissibly included.
The court disagreed with a tweak made by Florida lawmakers aimed at protecting developers, finding that an intention to apply the law retroactively "would impermissibly impair each buyer's pre-amendment contract rights.
One of the patients involved filed a complaint with HHS, which investigated and found that MassGen had "failed to implement reasonable, appropriate safeguards to protect the privacy of [protected health information] when removed from Mass General's premises and impermissibly disclosed PHI potentially violating provisions of the HIPAA Privacy Rule.