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(132) It is undisputed law in the District of Columbia that "[w]hen the events occur in more than one district, a court can consider which jurisdiction has the stronger factual nexus to the claims." (133) The State of Alaska can claim that venue in the District of Columbia is proper because the subject matter of the suit, the application of the Roadless Rule and the enjoinment of the Tongass Exemption, arises out of and is connected with transactions that occurred in, and regulations promulgated by agencies headquartered in, the District of Columbia.
What is revealed by Luyken's brilliant choice is not simply the sadness of the moment as Adriaen tries to search for any memorial of his mother, but also the solidarity of the two boys and the solicitude of the elder for the younger--all in accordance with the enjoinments of the mother, who left her own memorial, in letters.
Risk assessment for welfare of the victims, drawing the profile of the victims and traffickers in computerized national data base, setting up of victim / witness protection groups, affording them para-legal training preparatory for their trials, setting up networking agencies between the Police, Prosecutors and the Counselors (NGOs) are the areas in which more work is required to be done if the human rights of these victims are to be granted to them as per the enjoinment of our Constitution.
From a policy standpoint, it is worth recognizing that this litigation may be meant more to prompt the federal government to regulate GHG emissions than to gain relief from the enjoinment of the specific defendants.
On behalf of all class members, Keller has demanded actual damages, statutory damages, punitive damages, disgorgement of profits, and permanent enjoinment of using student-athlete likenesses in the future (Keller v.
However, no system can deliver if the motivation for the reform/change is not underpinned by the desire for improving the quality of tax payer services and improving the overall business enjoinment. The main point to consider for GOP is to ownership, motivation and accountability among the taxation machinery first, if they desire to make any positive impact, which would broaden the tax base to finance developmental activities without any foreign aid.
1996) (holding that Cook was enjoined from trespassing upon Goulding's land and therefore had to remove his septic system from Goulding's property, even though the enjoinment would cause great hardship for Cook because that property was the only suitable place for him to enter a septic system to make his own property usable).
Moreover, it is undisputed that the injunctive relief sought turnover of the assets and enjoinment (sic) of any state insolvency proceedings is prospective in nature, satisfying the second prong of the inquiry."
A swift and well-publicized enjoinment and fine by the ins is not only necessary., but required to demonstrate that no organization is above the law and that tax-exempt status is a privilege, not a right.