Indeed, this lack of a stay sets up the same horrific scenario we saw in our Utility MACT lawsuit, whereby we won in the Supreme Court of the United States
, but our victory was moot because the Utility MACT rule had already forced the closure of 411 coal-fired power plant units in America.
Both Woolworth's and Hunt-Wesson's requests have been denied by the California court, and both companies are expected to ask the Supreme Court of the United States
to review the decisions.
TEI strongly urges Congress to defeat the proposal, which would upend centuries of well-founded legal experience, effectively overturn a unanimous decision of the Supreme Court of the United States
confirming the application of the attorney-client privilege to corporations, and inject significant additional uncertainty into the tax law.
Looking back over the past year, one a the more upsetting actions of the Supreme Court of the United States
was its refusal to review a decision of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals concerning West Virginia's refusal to follow the Free Rivers Doctrine.
In 1992, this issue rose to the highest level possible--the Supreme Court of the United States
The letter, which urged the Federal Government to file a brief amicus curiae in the Supreme Court of the United States
in the pending case of Barclays Bank PLC v.
Darden,(1*) the Supreme Court of the United States
restored to the term "employee," at least for purposes of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA),(2) its historically recognized meaning.