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Were the court to follow through with Gorsuch's suggestion, numerous church-state issues would have to be re-litigated.
The principles of res judicata and issue estoppel apply, meaning that decisions of the Judicial Committee cannot be re-litigated or reconsidered.
Robert Hull, a Grafton GOPer, has found an issue burning to be re-litigated in the General Court: allowing smoking in restaurants and other indoor places where it's been illegal to smoke for the last 10 years.
Addressing supporters Friday morning in Cleveland, Trump insisted he does not want Cruz's endorsement and re-litigated two of their nastiest clashes from the primaries, both involving members of the Texas senator's family.
I simply could not believe my eyes and ears when Zuma, Mantashe and Mbete and Modise held press conferences in which they effectively re-litigated the court's decision.
Not only that, the American company has already sued and won in the United States so the Chinese court would also be likely to dismiss the case on what is called res judicata grounds as well--a doctrine that a matter may not be re-litigated once it has already been judged.
To allow an entire claim, involving the same facts and arguments to be re-litigated for a second time, is inequitable, a waste of resources and contrary to well-established principles of law.
"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.
"This issue has been litigated and re-litigated many times, and the courts have been clear: companies that profit from federal contracts must comply with our requests for proof that they are meeting their obligations," said Patricia A.
The sad part is that practically all of these projects being "re-litigated" at lower levels have already been approved by President Aquino at the Cabinet level.
Therefore, unless it is a straight-forward matter such as debt recovery, having a case re-litigated in Chinese court is not a desired option.
It will proceed as a "representative action." 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.