... the polling place, and that voters will feel so uncomfortable that they will simply leave without casting their ballot," said NinaPerales, who serves as vice president of litigation for the Mexican AmericanLegal Defense and Educational Fund, during a Wednesday press call.
(a) a decline in general economic conditions or the global financial markets, (b) losses caused by financial or other problems experienced by third parties, (c) losses due to unidentified or unanticipated risks, (d) a lack of liquidity, i.e., ready access to funds for use in our ...
... tap the funds the state sets aside for such services ... “The Attorney General’s Office may use, and, from time to time, does use, the money within that fund for, among other things, the retention of specialized counsel to assist with certain litigation matters,” Galdieri wrote.
In a dispute that dragged on for just under two years, Pangarker found that Xulu and BXI had repeatedly placed themselves in contempt by flouting successive orders relating to the preservation of the funds and attachment of property while litigation on the return of money to the department of environmental affairs was ongoing.
Shine Lawyers will lead the class action and Litigation Lending Services will fund it ... Litigation Lending Services director and proud Bundjalung, Yuin and Gumbaynggirr man Warren Mundine said LLS was incredibly proud to be part of a process that calls for justice ... Litigation ...
... would be limited to 12 weeks of severance pay unless the attorney general determines a higher payment "is necessary to serve the best interests of this state based on the risk of litigation and the need to minimize the expenditure of public funds."
To the editor. ... The letter stated that while the MSBA continues to support the EastGloucester/Veterans’ MemorialSchool building project, they are unable to enter into a project funding agreement with the city of Gloucester at this time because of certain pending litigation ... In essence, the children of Gloucester lose and the 10 plaintiffs win ... .
Allow me to explain ... What is “set apart” in Washington is money ... What legal sequestration can also mean is the process by which property or funds are attached pending the outcome of litigation. In other words, it is the process by which property or funds in dispute may be glommed onto by the Court and “set apart” pending the outcome of the lawsuit ... .
The wealthy hedge fund manager-turned-environmentalist, pledged to raise the minimum wage to $22 an hour, higher than any other Democratic presidential campaign proposed ... Such lawsuits against presidential campaigns are relatively rare, Romer-Friedman said — but so are presidential campaigns as massive and well-funded as Steyer and Bloomberg’s.
GARCIndia will offer state-owned enterprises, government agencies, banks, investment funds, and businesses a complete solution to enable them to pursue asset recovery projects and/or litigation having an India nexus, including..
... service charge income, primarily non-sufficient funds ("NSF") income resulting from reduced spending, and stimulus packages related to the COVID-19 pandemicOther income increased due primarily to the receipt of $0.4 million in insurance proceeds related to litigation claims.
A lead plaintiff is a representative party acting on behalf of other class members in directing the litigation ... In addition to representing individual investors, the Firm has been retained by some of the largest public and private pension funds in the country to monitor their assets and pursue litigation on their behalf.
... to finance our businesses and investments by our funds, litigation risks and consummation of the merger of Apollo with Athene HoldingLtd., potential governance changes and related transactions which are subject to regulatory, corporate and stockholder approvals, among others.