288, 297 (1964) (noting that Alabama cannot avoid federal review by applying a procedural rule with "pointless severity" when the petitioner has complied with the rule in substance and form "in every real sense").
255, 263 (1982) ("State courts may not avoid deciding federal issues by invoking procedural rules that they do not apply evenhandedly to all similar claims.
This study predicted that communication satisfaction and procedural justice correlate with employee retention.
The method uses in this study are a questionnaire containing measures of communication satisfaction, procedural justice, distributive justice, and employee retention used.
He contrasts courts' fidelity to legislative intent in the substantive realm with their relative indifference in the procedural realm.
My main arguments are, first, that the application of a correctness standard to all procedural questions would be inconsistent with previous cases, and second, that such an approach would be inappropriate, regardless of the standard of review applied to substantive questions.
Researchers of the procedural fairness-trust relationship have recognized that trust can moderate fairness effects (Lewicki, Wiethoff, & Tomlinson, 2005).
Cremer & Tyler, 2007) have demonstrated that trust in authority enhances the effect of procedural justice, to our knowledge, no studies have been conducted in which the researchers have examined whether or not the compensatory effect of procedural justice is dictated by trust in authority.
The aim of our study was to evaluate the incidence of procedural errors in root canal treated teeth with rotary and conventional filing systems.
Teeth in each group were evaluated for presence or absence of procedural errors (i.
Whilst Qatar's Procedural
Code does not contain any provision for confidentiality, Article 41 of the QICCA rules requires parties to keep confidential both the award as well as any materials submitted by the parties in the arbitral proceedings.
7) Indeed, in almost every case since Mathews, the Court has interpreted the Due Process Clause to require uniform procedural
rules even for plaintiffs whose situations were extreme or unusual in tangible ways.