What is the statute of limitations for any civil action
brought under ERISA Section 4070?
Mr McGee, who lost a front tooth and suffered facial cuts in the fight last December, has told lawyers to begin civil action
for compensation for the injuries he received.
But Mr Weaver's insurance company has since agreed to fund the legal costs of a civil action
in Britain against the boy and his family.
9) Prior to the decision in Dickerson, civil actions
filed against law enforcement officers claiming violations of Miranda were easily defended on the grounds that Miranda was not constitutionally mandated and, therefore, could not support an action under either Section 1983 or Bivens.
Mr Gallagher said if the civil action
were to succeed, it would be ``a powerful tool'' for many victims of terrorist violence - not just in Northern Ireland but around the world.
Now Lib Dem Richard Oglethorpe has urged chief executive David Henshaw to carry out a feasibility study into a civil action
David Young says too much effort has been expended in moving the civil action
Leading Aberdeen solicitor- advocate David Burnside confirmed yesterday he had instructed her to consider raising her own civil action
against Watt for damages.
The last major civil action
against a man acquitted of murder in Scotland was in the case of Hamilton teenager Amanda Duffy who was killed in 1993.
The popular nonfiction book A Civil Action
(1995, Jonathan Harr, Random House) and its movie version relate how residents of a Massachusetts town came to blame a set of leukemia cases on trichloroethylene and other chemicals in the town's water supply.
Lawyer Errs on the Side of Angels": That's the newsy headline atop Janet Maslin's New York Times review of A Civil Action
, the Hollywood release, based on the book by Jonathan Hart, in which attorney Jan Schlichtmann sues two large corporations on behalf of leukemia-stricken children in Woburn, Massachusetts.
who started the civil action
in 1993, London MPP Marion Boyd, sought to prevent all pro-life demonstrations whatsoever, including picketing and prayer at doctors' residences.