preemption


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the act of taking something for oneself

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the judicial principle asserting the supremacy of federal over state legislation on the same subject

the right of a government to seize or appropriate something (as property)

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the right to purchase something in advance of others

a prior appropriation of something

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Unfortunately, state preemption hinders public health progress by impeding local food and nutrition policies and government-initiated litigation," said Jennifer L.
nothing new, (10) these new preemption laws dramatically differ from the
In response to citizen outcry over the health impact of cigarettes that led to a wave of antismoking ordinances in the 1970s, Big Tobacco worked to pass state preemption policies that barred such community ordinances.
preemption analysis harmonized the efforts of different levels of
Preemption Verizon will provide preemption services to public safety customers to maintain communications when they need it most.
With the power of priority and preemption, first responders will no longer have to compete with non-emergency users for a connection.
Recognizing that preemption can cut both ways, Congress has sometimes written preemption clauses that preempt only weaker state regulations.
Chief Justice John Roberts brought up the idea of delegating preemption authority to private entities several times.
The Sixth Circuit ruled against the FCC, reversing the preemption order.
In Mayo and Alice, the Supreme Court seemingly confirmed the role of preemption in the abstract idea inquiry.
In analyzing the claims of the patents in suit, the CAFC found that the specific types of rules recited prevented preemption of "all processes for achieving automated lip-synchronization of 3CaeD characters." The CAFC warned that courts must be careful not to "oversimplify" the claims by failing to acknowledge the specific limitations within the claims themselves, and specifically focused on the claimed "rules with specific characteristics" versus the district court's interpretation which found the claims directed to "all such rules."
Massumi's protagonist is the idea of preemption as strategy, and he describes in his book the underlying assumptions on which preemption becomes the only response available to threats.
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Droit de preemption : separation de l'aspect fiscal de celui du controle Sur le droit de preemption, Daiboune a explique que celui-ci a ete renforce indiquant que dans le cadre de ce nouveau code, il y a eu une separation entre ce qui est relatif au droit de l'opportunite (controle des entrees et acces des capitaux etrangers a l'economie nationale) et le droit de preemption a caractere fiscal.