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Definitions

  1. In federal court, the plaintiff made trademark claims based on the Lanham Act. (Web site)
  2. In federal court, the Office of the Attorney General represents both the State's and victim's interests.
  3. In federal court, a judicial officer who is assigned numerous trial and pretrial responsibilities. (Web site)
  4. In federal court, the magistrate will usually require that an accused satisfy the conditions of a pretrial release.
  5. Like the Federal Court, the Family Court has the power to hear appeals from the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia in some cases. (Web site)

Congress

  1. Congress amended the Copyright Act to ensure that state universities would not be immune from being sued for monetary damages in federal court.

Jersey

  1. Through the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, the various actions were consolidated in federal court in New Jersey.

Policies

  1. The organization's right to set such policies has been upheld repeatedly by both state and federal court s.
  2. The IRS is not bound to change its policies due to an adverse ruling by a federal court with the exception of the U.S. Supreme Court. (Web site)

Australia

  1. The denial capped more than four hours on the stand for Nikki Hemming at the Federal Court of Australia in Sydney.

Boston

  1. Her attorney, Albert Johnson of Boston, is currently handling the appeal of Pamela Smart before a federal court.

Required

  1. The appellant was not required to proceed in the Federal Court in spite of any concurrency of jurisdiction. (Web site)

Rules

  1. These rules changed in July 1998, when a federal court upheld a patent for a method of calculating the net asset value of mutual funds.

Transfer

  1. And the prospect of such a showdown is likely to give added impetus to the government's inclination to transfer the case out of federal court. (Web site)

Company

  1. Steve Ballmer took over as chief executive of Microsoft from Bill Gates six months before a federal court ordered the breakup of the company.

Instance

  1. Marion Jones, for instance, was stripped of the five medals she won in Sydney after admitting in federal court that she was a doper. (Web site)

Federal Crimes

  1. Most murders are not federal crimes, in which the trial would occur in a federal court. (Web site)

Sharia Courts

  1. As a rule, the Civil Courts cannot overule any decision made by the Sharia Courts, not even the Federal Court.

State Court Conviction

  1. An appeal to a federal court from a state court conviction must be premised upon "federal issues" - usually, violations of federal constitutional law. (Web site)

Internet

  1. KGO night-time talk show host Bernie Ward was indicted in Federal Court today on two counts of child pornography using the Internet.

Lanham Act

  1. In federal court a federally registered trademark is protected form infringement under the Lanham Act.

Federal Court Trial Division

  1. These amendments are in response to recent decisions of the Federal Court Trial Division and the Federal Court of Appeal.

Manhattan Federal Court

  1. According to Reuters, McMahon failed to pay divorce attorney Norman Solovay $275,168, according to a lawsuit filed in the Manhattan federal court. (Web site)

Small Oklahoma-Based Internet Service Provider

  1. In 2007, Robert Soloway lost a case in a federal court against the operator of a small Oklahoma-based Internet service provider who accused him of spamming. (Web site)

First Federal Court

  1. The first federal court, in New Jersey, had before it a diversity negligence case.

Federal Court Trials

  1. Before Gideon, the constitutional right of an indigent defendant to court-appointed counsel was recognized only in federal court trials.
  2. Empirical data tends to suggest that this watershed series of decisions may well have had an important impact on the modern decrease in federal court trials. (Web site)

Federal Court Friday

  1. State Sen. Wayne Bryant, who was in federal court Friday, is awaiting trial.

Defendants Timely

  1. The defendants timely removed the suit to federal court. (Web site)

Equal Salaries

  1. A federal court requires equal salaries for African American and white teachers.

Lower Federal Court

  1. The sole issue is whether comity calls for review here before a lower federal court may be asked to intervene in state matters. (Web site)

Personal Jurisdiction

  1. The federal court has personal jurisdiction, based on Jerry's presence in South Carolina at the time process was served (transient service of process).

Federal Court Order

  1. In 1911, after a United States Supreme Court ruling which upheld a federal court order to dissolve it, the Standard Oil Trust was split into 34 companies. (Web site)
  2. The Court's order in this case was framed almost more like an arbitration decision than a federal court order.

United States Federal Court System

  1. The United States courts of appeals (or circuit courts) are the intermediate appellate courts of the United States federal court system. (Web site)

State Courts

  1. A plaintiff may file suit in federal court; however, state courts generally have concurrent jurisdiction. (Web site)

State Court

  1. But, if the federal court finds that the defendant has been denied due process then the defendant must be released or re-tried in the state court.
  2. In such a situation, the litigant can inform the state court that she reserves federal issues for federal court. (Web site)
  3. Some rights of criminal defendants that apply in federal court do not exist in state court. (Web site)

Federal Court Systems

  1. She has also represented many clients on appeals in both the state and federal court systems. (Web site)

Federal Court System

  1. Historically, the local District of Columbia courts were considered part of the federal court system, since they were created by an act of Congress.
  2. Sommers, having failed in the federal court system, next brought suit against the Iowa Civil Rights Commission. (Web site)

Asking

  1. If a plaintiff or a co-defendant opposes removal, he may request a remand, asking the federal court to send the case back to the state court. (Web site)

Meaning

  1. There was a copyright order issued in the Federal Court of Australia that I have been meaning to write about for some time.

Way

  1. A suit against SKC in federal court does not impinge upon the interests of the tribe in the way that motivates the second Montana exception. (Web site)
  2. Federal habeas corpus is a species of collateral review, and it is the only way that state prisoners may attack a death sentence in federal court.
  3. Except in Federal Court, which continues to maintain its formality, arraignment has gone the way of the dinosaurs.

Person

  1. Chapter 2 briefly discusses the position of the litigant in person in the Federal Court, the Family Court and the Industrial Relations Court. (Web site)

Thing

  1. Mason replied in front of the federal court in Manhattan where he accepted the apology, "There's no such thing as a Jew for Jesus.

Authorized

  1. In the United States federal court system, the issuance of writs is authorized by U.S. Code, Title 28, Section 1651. (Web site)

Taxation

  1. Even were I willing to accept the Court's proposition that a federal court might in some extreme case authorize taxation, this case is not the one.
  2. The case before us represents the first in which a lower federal court has in fact upheld taxation to fund a remedial decree.

City

  1. School Board of City of Norfolk, a federal court order that African American public school teachers be paid equal salaries regardless of race.

Louisiana

  1. In practice, however, civil jury trials are available, generally on a similar basis to their availability in federal court, in every state except Louisiana.

Venue

  1. The plaintiff makes a decision on venue after deciding whether to file suit in state or federal court.

Parties

  1. Personal Jurisdiction To obtain personal jurisdiction over the parties, a federal court follows the procedural rules of the state in which it sits. (Web site)
  2. In federal court, however, all parties have the constitutional right to a jury trial. (Web site)

Issue

  1. In Pennsylvania, for example, a state and a federal court have split on this issue.

Owner

  1. Thus, the patent owner has an obligation to promptly notify the Office that a decision has been issued in the Federal Court. (Web site)

Bar

  1. It is our position that it would not be a bar to bring our claim, the counterclaim, as the original action, in the Federal Court. (Web site)
  2. By doing so, the litigant avoids the bar of res judicata upon return to federal court. (Web site)

Question

  1. In answering that question, it is important to keep in mind the precise issue that the federal court must address. (Web site)
  2. Some state courts may certify a question of federal law to a federal court, but this is less common and is generally not mandatory.
  3. Every Federal Court of Appeals to have considered the question has correctly found vicarious liability in that circumstance. (Web site)

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