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This issue has been litigated and re-litigated many times, and the courts have been clear: Corn-panies that profit from federal contracts must comply with our requests for proof that they are meeting their obligations," said Patricia Shiu, director of the Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
That means that any decision in the case will be seen by the court as a precedent for "all other persons in the same situation so that the basic points will not have to be re-litigated again and again by countless families and individuals," Eberts said.
That means that any decision in the case will be seen by the court as a precedent for "all other persons in the same situation, so that the basic points will not have to be re-litigated again and again by countless families and individuals," Eberts said.
It will allow the issue to be re-litigated with genuine parties willing to defend the initiative,'' Findley said.
Preate, a veteran death penalty prosecutor, called the bill "pro- criminal and anti-victim: It would give murderers new rights while forcing the families of the murder victims to relive the tragedy over and over again while the killer's sentence is endlessly re-litigated.
He concluded that the issues raised by Ungava cannot be re-litigated on the basis of res judicata (they have already been conclusively decided).