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83, 99 (1968) (observing that standing doctrine tries to "assure that concrete adverseness which sharpens the presentation of issues upon which the court so largely depends for illumination of difficult constitutional questions" (internal quotation marks omitted) (quoting Baker v.
40) Thus, the Court may have merely meant, as the Court later held in Windsor, that the presence of one or both houses of Congress as amicus parties defending the law's validity dispelled any prudential concerns with adverseness.
concrete adverseness were achieved by standing requirements as to the
relief lacks necessary adverseness, (186) the Court's sanctioning
451) As to prudential standing, the Court recognized that the government's alignment with Windsor's legal position raised concerns that the appeal might lack the "concrete adverseness which sharpens the presentation of issues upon which the court so largely depends for illumination of difficult constitutional questions.
Primarily this is due to risk adverseness and other pre- conceived ideas such as I cannot create as I have no idea, no money, no professional experience and no network (Hayat 2012).
This could lead to risk adverseness and a tendency to overcontrol and centralize decisionmaking when we may need to do just the opposite.
8 (2013) ("Even where there is no direct adverseness, a conflict of interest exists if there is a significant risk that a lawyer's ability to consider, recommend, or carry out an appropriate course of action for the client will be materially limited as a result of the lawyer's other responsibilities or interests.
Despite their differences, Egyptians agree on a deep-rooted adverseness to Israel, and they see the Zionist state as an unjust entity.
antisubmarine warfare capabilities since the end of the Cold War, China's marked numerical advantage in the theater, and the western Pacific's maritime topography's adverseness for submarine detection would make ASCM attacks by PLAN submarines a threat throughout a campaign even with extensive American antisubmarine warfare assets present.
The gist of the question of standing is whether a party alleges "such personal stake in the outcome of the controversy as to assure that concrete adverseness which sharpens the presentation of issues upon which the court depends for illumination of difficult constitutional questions.