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No bad faith' in choice of Napoles NGOs For Senator Jinggoy Estrada, his alleged "repeated" choice of foundations linked to alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles does not constitute "bad faith." In his motion for reconsideration
Lawmakers are considering making it harder for companies with false patent claims known as patent trolls to demand that businesses pay licensing fees or be sued. Sen. Sharon Carson is sponsoring legislation she hopes will identify false claims so
If nothing is ever your fault, if nothing is ever your achievement what does it matter what you choose or what you do?...God makes all of us to be round pegs in round holes. In a free society if we end up a round peg in a square hole..that's on us.
But the deal collapsed after a £1.5bn hole was found in the Co-op's finances. Lloyds subsequently hived off the branches to its revived TSB brand, which is expected to float on the stock market next year. Lord Levene said that "leading market players"
An Arizonan buys insurance with the expectation that if he or she suffers a covered loss, the insurance company will act in good faith to compensate the policyholder under the terms of the insurance policy. The insurer, as party to a contract, has
Whenever there's a big labor news story, I'm deluged with calls from friends who, like most Americans, are vaguely sympathetic to unions but don't know much about them. Corporate media reliably provide the hard-hitting investigative journalism one
He has defended himself against claims that he should be suspended for neglecting his duties saying that a petition filed by the Law Society of Kenya seeking to have the National Police Service Commission compelled to suspend him was in bad faith. In
Sometimes, however, a court may determine that your choice, or the choice you made with the assistance of counsel, was not appropriate. In the case of In re Killian, on appeal from the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of
Jubilee Coalition leaders accuse Britain of harbouring a lot of ill motive and bad faith in its actions regarding Kenya. In Summary Jubilee Coalition leaders accuse Britain of harbouring a lot of ill motive and bad faith in its actions regarding
Bessemer's city council is immune from having to pay $373,343 in legal fees for former council woman Louise Alexander's successful fight against state ethics charges filed against her in 2008, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled today. The court, however,