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In DuPont, the Supreme Court held that the "solely for investment" provision resulted in nonimmunity for an acquisition that was thought to be harmless when made but that later was used by the parties to produce anticompetitive results.
Paust, Genocide in Rwanda, State Responsibility to Prosecute or Extradite, and Nonimmunity for Heads of State and Other Public Officials, 34 HOUS.
Indeed, even the Convention, which generally takes a narrow approach to exceptions to immunity, would provide for nonimmunity for torts committed within the forum's territory.
Paust, Federal Jurisdiction Over Extraterritorial Acts of Terrorism and Nonimmunity for Foreign Violators of International Law Under the FSIA and the Act of State Doctrine, 23 VA.
His most recent articles on just war theory are "'Military Operations by Armed UN Peacekeeping Missions: An Application of Generalized Just War Principles" and "Nonlethal Weapons, Noncombatant Immunity, and Combatant Nonimmunity: A Study of Just War Theory."
Furlough was the most used type of time off, with 229 days (81%), primarily for nonimmunity (178 days, 78%) followed by furlough awaiting serologic test results (51 days, 22%).
"The problem is no one has been able to prove that." HLA proteins are also found in neurons and other nonimmunity cells, so the death of the hypocretin cells could have had nothing to do with the immune system.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health states that varicella vaccine is indicated only when the student does not have a reliable varicella history or has laboratory evidence of nonimmunity (5).
The general principle of nonimmunity for violations of international law was also expressed in the Nuremberg Principles(7) which recognized, for example, that in the case of war crimes or crimes against humanity "[a]ny person who commits an act which constitutes a crime under international law is responsible therefore and liable to punishment," and "[t]he fact that a person .
William Kovacic concluded that, through 1990, Breyer had a more conservative voting record as a First Circuit Judge in nonimmunity antitrust cases than well-recognized Chicagoan Richard Posner, used as the "benchmark of antitrust conservatism."(56) Breyer cast no liberal vote in sixteen cases.
Is Bound By Human Rights: Understanding the Full Reach of Human Rights, Remedies, and Nonimmunity, 51 HARV.