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Mar 23 1976 (FN)

Paul Vs. Davis

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-23-1976

..... much consideration, and some of the included things have been definitely stated. without doubt, it denotes not merely freedom from bodily restraint, but also the right of the individual to contract, to engage in any of the common occupations of life, to acquire useful knowledge, to marry, establish a home and bring up children, to worship god according to the dictates .....

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Mar 23 1976 (FN)

Mckinney Vs. Alabama

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-23-1976

..... participation . . . with such respondents who receive actual notice. . . ." 11. disobedience of an injunction constitutes contempt of court by any respondent or by "any person in active concert or participation by contract or agreement with such respondent, [who receives] actual notice" of the injunction. 13. if any respondent fails to comply with an order to dispose of the matter, the court may .....

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Mar 23 1976 (FN)

Singleton Vs. Wulff

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-23-1976

singleton v. wulff - 428 u.s. 106 (1976) u.s. supreme court singleton v. wulff, 428 u.s. 106 (1976) singleton v. wulff no. 74-1393 argued march 23, 1976 decided july l, 1976 428 u.s. 106 certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the eighth circuit syllabus respondents, two missouri-licensed physicians, brought this action for injunctive relief and a declaration of the unconstitutionality of a missouri statute that excludes abortions that are not "medically indicated" from the purposes for which medicaid benefits are available to needy persons. in response to petitioner's pre-answer motion to dismiss, each respondent averred that he had provided, and anticipated providing, abortions to needy patients, and that petitioner, the responsible state official, acting in reliance on the challenged statute, had refused all medicaid applications filed in connection with such abortions. a three-judge district court dismissed the relevant count of the complaint for lack of standing, having concluded that no logical nexus existed between the status asserted by respondents and the claim that they sought to have adjudicated. the court of appeals reversed, finding that respondents had alleged sufficient "injury in fact" and also an interest "arguably within the zone of interests to be protected . . . by the . . . constitutional guarantees in question." that court then considered the case on the merits and found that the challenged statute clearly violated the equal protection .....

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Mar 11 1976 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) and ors. Vs. Sugauli Sugar Works (P) Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-11-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC1414; (1976)3SCC32; [1976]3SCR614; 1976(8)LC328(SC)

..... can be done by money, be placed in the same position as he would have been in if the contract had been performed. the rule as to market price is intended to secure only an indemnity to the purchaser. the market value is taken because it is presumed to be the true value of ..... from the breach. therefore, the principle is that as far as possible the injured party should be placed in as good a situation as if the contract had been performed, in other words, it is to provide compensation for pecuniary loss which naturally flows from the breach. the high court correctly applied these ..... court passed decrees awarding the respondents price of sugar and costs of damages and interest pendente lite and future interest.21. the appellant contended that the contract price should not have been awarded. the high court said that the evidence of plaintiff's witness gaya prasad showed the selling rate of sugar and ..... principles and adopted the contract price in the facts and circumstances of the case as the correct basis for compensation.23. for these reasons, the judgment of the high court is ..... the goods to the purchaser. one of the principles for award of damages is that as for at possible he who was proved a breach of a bargain to supply what he has contracted .....

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Mar 03 1976 (FN)

Hines Vs. Anchor Motor Freight, Inc.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-03-1976

..... would multiply. the contractual system would then cease to qualify as an adequate mechanism to secure individual redress for damaging failure of the employer to abide by the contract. congress has put its blessing on private dispute settlement arrangements provided in collective agreements, but it was anticipated, we are sure, that the contractual machinery would ..... conclude collective bargaining agreements on behalf of all employees in appropriate units, as well as to be the employee's agent in the enforcement and administration of the contract. wages, hours, working conditions, seniority, and job security therefore became the business of certified or recognized bargaining agents, as did the contractual procedures for the processing ..... u. s. 198 -200. petitioners' present suit against the employer was for wrongful discharge, and is the kind of case congress provided for in 301. collective bargaining contracts, however, generally contain procedures for the settlement of disputes through mutual discussion and arbitration. these provisions are among those which are to be enforced under 301. furthermore, congress ..... innocent, and opposed the discharges. it was then agreed that the matter would be presented to the joint arbitration committee for the area, to which the collective bargaining contract permitted either party to submit an unresolved grievance. [ footnote 2 ] pending this hearing, petitioners were reinstated. their suggestion that the motel be investigated was answered by the .....

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Mar 03 1976 (FN)

Fpc Vs. Moss

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-03-1976

..... the court of appeals to reject respondents' challenge to a provision of the optional procedure requiring the commission to determine the reasonableness of future rate escalations included in contracts submitted pursuant to the procedure. yet no attempt was made to distinguish the case of future rate escalations from that of pre-granted abandonment in this respect. the ..... 223 (1972). [ footnote 5 ] this provision reads as follows: "applications presented hereunder will be considered for permanent certification, either with or without pre-granted abandonment, notwithstanding that the contract rate may be in excess of an area ceiling rate established in a prior opinion or order of this commission." [ footnote 6 ] respondents' cross-petition seeking review of the court ..... the producer assurance that his present sale will not indefinitely commit the gas to what may be a lower priced interstate market: he will be free on the contract expiration date to discontinue deliveries to the purchaser without having to demonstrate again that abandonment is consistent with the public convenience or necessity. ii the entire optional procedure ..... development of natural gas reserves," by order established an "optional procedure for certificating new producer sales of natural gas." under the order, producers may tender for fpc approval contracts for the sale of new natural gas at rates exceeding the maximum authorized by the applicable rate order; the fpc will determine in a single proceeding whether the " .....

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Mar 03 1976 (FN)

Hudgens Vs. Nlrb

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-03-1976

..... interior mall. in january, 1971, warehouse employees of the butler shoe co. went on strike to protest the company's failure to agree to demands made by their union in contract negotiations. [ footnote 1 ] the strikers decided to picket not only butler's warehouse, but its nine retail stores in the atlanta area as well, including the store in the north .....

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Mar 02 1976 (FN)

United States Vs. Testan

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-02-1976

..... as stated above, the tucker act is merely jurisdictional, and grant of a right of action must be made with specificity. the respondents do not rest their claims upon a contract; neither do they seek the return of money paid by them to the government. it follows that the asserted entitlement to money damages depends upon whether any federal statute "can ..... upon any claim against the united states founded either upon the constitution, or any act of congress, or any regulation of an executive department, or upon any express or implied contract with the united states, or for liquidated or unliquidated damages in cases not sounding in tort. [ footnote 4 ]" this court recently had occasion to examine the jurisdiction of the ..... in general attorney series gs-905-0. in addition, they contended that their duties were identical to those of other trial attorneys in positions classified as gs-14 in the contract appeals division, office of the staff judge advocate, headquarters, air force logistics command, wright-patterson air force base, dayton, ohio, and that, under the principle of "equal pay for substantially ..... employed in the office of counsel, defense personnel support center, defense supply agency, in philadelphia. they represent the government in certain matters that come before the armed services board of contract appeals of the department of defense. their positions are subject to the classification act, 5 u.s.c. 5101 et seq., and they are presently classified at civil service grade .....

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Mar 02 1976 (FN)

Time, Inc. Vs. Firestone

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-02-1976

time, inc. v. firestone - 424 u.s. 448 (1976) u.s. supreme court time, inc. v. firestone, 424 u.s. 448 (1976) time, inc. v. firestone no. 74-944 argued october 14, 1975 decided march 2, 1976 424 u.s. 448 certiorari to the supreme court of florida syllabus after respondent had sought separate maintenance, her husband, the scion of a wealthy industrial family, filed a counterclaim for divorce on grounds of extreme cruelty and adultery. the court granted the counterclaim, stating that "neither party is domesticated, within the meaning of that term as used by the supreme court of florida," and that "the marriage should be dissolved." on the basis of newspaper and wire service reports and information from a bureau chief and a "stringer," petitioner published in its magazine an item reporting that the divorce was granted "on grounds of extreme cruelty and adultery." after petitioner had declined to retract, respondent brought this libel action in the state court. a jury verdict for damages against petitioner was ultimately affirmed by the florida supreme court. petitioner claims that the judgment violates its rights under the first and fourteenth amendments. held: 1. the standard enunciated in new york times co. v. sullivan, 376 u. s. 254 , as later extended, which bars media liability for defamation of a public figure absent proof that the defamatory statements were published with knowledge of their falsity or in reckless disregard of the truth, is inapplicable to the facts of .....

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Feb 24 1976 (FN)

Alamo Land and Cattle Co., Inc. Vs. Arizona

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-24-1976

..... one fund for deposit in any other, or for any object other than that for which the land producing the same was granted or confirmed. . . ." "every sale, lease, conveyance, or contract of or concerning any of the lands hereby granted or confirmed, or the use thereof or the natural products thereof, not made in substantial conformity with the provisions of this .....

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