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the right and power to command, decide, rule, or judge

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Even if a defendant has certain contacts with a forum, a court must ask whether such contacts are jurisdictionally relevant: Are the contacts of the right type?
What reason is there for a judiciary endowed with the jurisdictionally grounded tools of judicial departmentalism to accept the politically grounded power of judicial supremacy?
2013a), as well as a defined, jurisdictionally appropriate process, EiAP will enhance the way that policy development considers and minimizes environmental impacts.
The court rejected Perez's claim that the forfeiture petition was 'jurisdictionally defective' over the Office of the Ombudsman's alleged failure to hold a preliminary inquiry.
Last, Petitioner seeks review of the BIA's conclusion that it was jurisdictionally barred from reviewing his application for an adjustment of status.
These cases nonetheless became the standard source of authority cited in many late nineteenth-century Supreme Court cases recognizing what the Court viewed as a longstanding rule: that jurisdictionally competent state convictions precluded collateral relief in federal district court.
(14) The Court found that of the seven challenges brought by Beach TV, three were jurisdictionally barred, two were procedurally barred, and two were meritless.
In states where employers are able to direct care, a knowledgeable insurer can match employers with medical providers that specialize in work-related injuries and follow jurisdictionally appropriate work injury treatment guidelines.
Or can a "civil action" encompass only the jurisdictionally sufficient claims, leaving the jurisdictionally insufficient claims eligible for supplemental jurisdiction?
The ratio of professionals differs jurisdictionally. In the literature, care work is understood as complex but in practice it is treated as less skilled and less highly paid work compared with other sectors.
It is against this background that we can appreciate the current interest in transnational law governance and regulation, and in both institutional and normative (3) questions concerning the law's ability to perform its regulatory functions in jurisdictionally unbounded spaces.
inability to allege that either or any of the sales by [the defendant] involved in the price discrimination crossed state lines is jurisdictionally fatal because as to gasoline refined within the same state as the alleged discriminatory sales the stream of commerce theory is not available to confer "in commerce" jurisdiction.
As it stands, interoperability problems cross-organizationally and jurisdictionally are inherent within the current structure of radio communications among first responders.
"The idea is to expand our community and create interaction among people who are not involved in feminism cases, whether academically or jurisdictionally, but have the tendency to know more about it once it is presented unconventionally such as through our artistic activities," said Mansour.
If the U.S., EU, Japan and Korea are designated, the official fees are approximately US$2400, which is jurisdictionally more cost-effective.