• In a widening crackdown on dissent, the authorities have also arrested secular-minded activists in recent months, including prominent figures in the historic 2011 uprising against President Hosni Mubarak. (reuters.com)
  • But Meles' record of solid economic growth, poverty reduction and closer ties to the West has been coloured by a firm crackdown on dissent. (reuters.com)
  • Three of the court's conservative justices, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts and Samuel Alito, dissented from the ruling. (reuters.com)
  • The dissenting justices had a different interpretation of the law's text, finding that Van Buren's actions were illegal because he was not entitled to the information he was otherwise authorized to access. (reuters.com)
  • The decision was a close-run thing, however: four justices dissented, a portent of litigation to come. (wipo.int)
  • With the reference of the Exeter controversy to the judgment of the dissenting ministers of London, a large part of Bradbury's vehemence passed from the sphere of politics to that of theology. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 2008, FIFA's Disputes Division delivered its judgment ordering Mutu to pay over 17 million in damages. (lexology.com)
  • Schall) Reversing summary judgment of infringement under the doctrine of equivalents based on all elements rule and reversing summary judgment of non-obviousness because of disputed issue of fact over motivation to combine. (wilmerhale.com)
  • 5 Reasons Why the Industry Favors ADR The American construction industry's centuries-old love affair with ADR arose out of a perception that private nonjudicial dispute resolution methods were more suit- able than court litigation for resolution of construction disputes. (jamsadr.com)
  • After much negotiation the whole body of London dissenting ministers of the three denominations was convened at Salters' Hall to consider a draft letter of advice to Exeter. (wikipedia.org)
  • This volume is a collection of essays which present key concepts and strategies intended to promote effective negotiation and mutually beneficial dispute resolution. (harvard.edu)
  • The origin of the dispute arose during the life of James Peirce (1674-1726), an intellectual leader of dissent against the positions of Edward Wells and William Nicholls . (wikipedia.org)
  • A quirk of timing saw the Federal Circuit for the Court of Appeals consider the dispute twice: once before and once after the Supreme Court ruled in another highly-anticipated biotech case - Prometheus v Mayo - that Prometheus's diagnostic method patents were invalid (See US courts grapple with patent-eligible subject matter ). (wipo.int)
  • In each case the dissenting justice stated that the clear language of the statute did not allow for such interpretation, especially in light of the fact that the Supreme Court has stated that judicially created exceptions to the rules of mediation confidentiality are to be discouraged. (jamsadr.com)
  • Each culture in the world may be unique, but underlying each culture is its own specific -- though usually tacit -- agreement or system that determines how to resolve disputes. (beyondintractability.org)
  • There are readily available alternative dispute resolution procedures that will enable you to resolve your disputes relatively quickly, fairly and cost-effectively. (jamsadr.com)
  • Consequently, such disputes raise a host of complex issues. (ssrn.com)
  • The dispute raises emotive issues relating to the ownership and control of genetic material just as pharmaceutical companies are desperate to obtain patent rights over medical innovations as the flow of blockbuster drugs dries up. (wipo.int)
  • Disputed issues of fact existed concerning infringement and whether the claims were enabled to their full breadth. (wilmerhale.com)
  • The Ninth Circuit Bars Wrongful Act Coverage Against TCPA Claims Despite Strong Dissenting Opinion that Majority Misconstrued the. (jdsupra.com)
  • On review, opinion author Justice Ginsberg relied heavily on Justice Kagan's dissenting opinion in Genesis HealthCare . (gordonrees.com)
  • Nothing in the statutory scheme indicates that the commission's decision to grant a common carrier permit carriers conclusive effect and thus bars landowners from disputing in court a pipeline company's naked assertion of public use," Willett wrote. (setexasrecord.com)
  • The claimant appealed on the grounds that the dissenting views expressed in the Divisional Court had given the claim a realistic prospect of success and there were compelling reasons for the claim to be heard. (hja.net)
  • A 9th Circuit judge has now sua sponte requested en banc consideration, and the court has ordered briefs filed by tomorrow , with an order probably to follow within a day or two (given the exigencies of the election). (electionlawblog.org)
  • Bradbury took part in the weekly dissenting lectureships, delivering a series at the Weighhouse on the duty of singing (1708), and a sermon before the Societies for Reformation of Morals (1708). (wikipedia.org)
  • Before addressing the topic of dispute-resolution systems, it is helpful to examine the concept of "systems. (beyondintractability.org)
  • Additional insights into designing new dispute resolution systems are offered by Beyond Intractability project participants. (beyondintractability.org)
  • Dispute resolution is a part of every society's culture, and in each society some methods are favored over others. (beyondintractability.org)
  • Yet Ury, Brett, and Goldberg argue that some systems of dispute resolution lead to consistently inefficient outcomes,[3] by encouraging and reinforcing actions that are not in the best interests of everyone involved. (beyondintractability.org)
  • In this essay, we focus on explaining how inefficient dispute-resolution systems can be identified, and how effective replacements can be designed. (beyondintractability.org)
  • Third parties who work with intractable conflicts often focus on designing new dispute-settlement systems, tailored to the situation, using best practices of conflict resolution. (beyondintractability.org)
  • As a worldwide leader in dispute resolution, JAMS is singularly qualified to provide a comprehensive range of unique and effective solutions for problems facing students, faculty and administration. (jamsadr.com)
  • The JAMS ADR blog serves to engage our clients, the legal community and the public in a discussion about alternative dispute resolution. (jamsadr.com)
  • JAMS specializes in the resolution of international disputes and is one of the largest providers of commercial arbitration in the world. (jamsadr.com)
  • Rapid Resolution ADR By Philip L. Bruner ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION Philip L. Bruner For well over a century, the American construction industry has promoted the nationwide use of nonjudi- cial dispute resolution meth- ods capable of promptly and fairly resolving complex con- struction disputes. (jamsadr.com)
  • 4 This industry's approach to dispute resolution employing those dual ADR methods-empowering the architect of record with initial dispute resolution authority subject to arbitration-was so successful that as late as 1967 a study on the role of lawyers in England and the United States concluded: "[T]he system works so well that [US] lawyers and courts will probably remain relatively unimportant in this sphere of conflict resolution. (jamsadr.com)
  • The Center has verified that the Complaint satisfies the formal requirements of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the "Policy" or "UDRP"), the Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the "Rules"), and the WIPO Supplemental Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the "Supplemental Rules") and that payment was properly made. (wipo.int)
  • At the Caney Creek mine, most disputes, even minor ones, were resolved with power struggles. (beyondintractability.org)
  • The process has been fraught with legal disputes in a show of how Spain still struggles to come to terms with its dictatorship past. (reuters.com)
  • That sanguine view of the inflation risk posed by the Fed's actions was disputed by Richmond Federal Reserve President Jeffrey Lacker, who dissented against the policy easing last month and voiced concern about the impact on price stability. (reuters.com)
  • This format was carried into the 1905 edition of the Uniform Contract to authorize referral upon timely notice of all disputes not settled by the architect to [a] Board of Arbitration to consist of one person se- lected by the Owner, and one person selected by the Contractor, these two to select a third. (jamsadr.com)
  • The two Democrats on the board dissented, saying the Browning-Ferris decision was legally sound and the majority failed to provide any "real-world examples or even remotely plausible hypotheticals" that show how the standard harmed businesses. (reuters.com)
  • It comes as no surprise: the constitution won wide support among Egyptians who backed the army overthrow of President Mohamed Mursi in July, and there was little or no trace of a no campaign as the state presses a campaign on dissent. (reuters.com)
  • After it ended, tens of thousands of Franco's enemies were killed or imprisoned in a campaign to wipe out dissent. (reuters.com)
  • Particularly notable are McPherson's new views on such matters as the slavery expansion issue in the 1850s, the origins of the Republican Party, the causes of secession, internal dissent and anti-war opposition in the North and the South, and the reasons for the Union's victory. (google.com)
  • Disputes will often also involve contestation over a constellation of other constitutional norms, such as the commitment to maintaining diversity and pluralism, the right to equality and cultural dissent, and not least, the imperatives of public order. (ssrn.com)
  • Resolving international disputes demands special skills, experience and cultural sensitivity. (jamsadr.com)
  • Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood, which is sure to dispute the official numbers, had called for a boycott of the two-day vote, seeing it as part of a coup against a leader freely elected 18 months ago. (reuters.com)
  • Anti capitalist dissent goes back in the most relevant manner for decades in this country. (softpanorama.org)
  • 3 and (2) the architect's decisions regarding computation of payment for delays or for au- thorized change orders, when timely "dissented" from by the aggrieved party, could be referred to binding arbitra- tion before a panel of three arbitrators (one appointed by each party plus a third selected by them). (jamsadr.com)
  • Another story is to the effect that when, on 24 September, the dissenting ministers went in their black gowns with an address to the new king, a courtier asked, "Pray, sir, is this a funeral? (wikipedia.org)
  • Gaultney dissented, writing that the others shouldn't grant conclusive effect to Denbury Green's filings with the Railroad Commission. (setexasrecord.com)
  • I shall begin with a brief recapitulation of the central importance of freedom of expression (focusing specifically on religious speech) to modern constitutional democracies (section I). I shall then discuss the role of religion in censorship - that is, censorship of religious (or irreligious) speech, which is often framed in the language of blasphemy, apostasy, or other variants of religious dissent (section II). (ssrn.com)
  • The outbursts in the Netherlands come days after similar comments about Germany in an identical dispute . (telegraph.co.uk)