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356) Justice Alito filed a dissenting opinion holding that the petition should have been dismissed as improvidently granted.
at 125 (holding the writ of certiorari is dismissed as improvidently granted).
The Hungarian revolution we perhaps improvidently encouraged, but Eisenhower said: Be that as it may, that did not obligate us to intervene, we can't do it, can't get there from here.
In foreign policy, too, he luxuriates in acting, as most modern presidents have improvidently done, without the tiresome persuasion required to earn congressional ratifications.
For example, an insurer excess to a captive policy might attempt to defer attachment pending "proof" that the underlying captive policy has been properly exhausted, claiming that defense costs were reimbursed unreasonably or claims within the captive layer were settled improvidently.
Any person, firm, corporation, or association shall be entitled to sue for and have injunctive relief, in any court of the United States having jurisdiction over the parties, against threatened loss or damage by a violation of the antitrust laws, including sections 13, 14, 18, and 19 of this title, when and under the same conditions and principles as injunctive relief against threatened conduct that will cause loss or damage is granted by courts of equity, under the rules governing such proceedings, and upon the execution of proper bond against damages for an injunction improvidently granted and a showing that the danger of irreparable loss or damage is immediate, a preliminary injunction may issue .
To the extent the preferred assume control as fiduciaries, they owe the duties traditionally owed by the fiduciaries of corporations, including the duty to consider the best interests of the common stockholders in making decisions and, so long as the legal rights of other constituencies are not hazarded improvidently, the duty to pursue business strategies benefiting the common stockholders.
We also find that the court improvidently exercised its discretion in directing the defendant to contribute 56% of the children's college tuition, room and board.
31) "The merchant, like the manufacturer, and other interests of the state, requires at proper times the assisting hand of legislation; regulation, in one form or other, being the great end of government, and useful or baffling to individual enterprise, as it is wisely or improvidently exerted .
Stated differently, perhaps my approach improvidently elevates form over substance.
35, 42 (1988) (arguing that the Celotex trio "is bound to lead to many summary judgments improvidently granted in favor of defendants").
Medellin would obtain relief in the state court, the Supreme Court by a 5-4 vote dismissed the writ as improvidently granted.

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