"Well, people's poop puts off methane too, and there seems to be a correlation between the rise in human population and the rise in worldwide temperatures, and so I'm just surprised that the environmentalists aren't suing
every woman who has a baby for violating the Endangered Species Act."
Shea is suing
on behalf of three anonymous Texas boys who assert that a Colombian seminarian, Carlos Patino-Arango, molested them in the mid 1990s while he was assigned to a church in Houston.
Instead of suing
, the patient, a high-level federal official, ended up appreciating his straightforward approach, he says.
This is the argument they use to hook families into suing
Supreme Court decision barring patients from suing
their HMOs in state court over denied benefits is seen as a significant victory for health insurers.
In swelling numbers, however, Latin American governments, companies and individuals are suing
Another general principle of the restatement rule requires that a suing
party justifiably rely on the information or work product the accountant provided.
A government spokesman told the Anglican Journal that the reason Ottawa is suing
the churches in residential schools cases is so that anyone and everyone involved is at the table.
And if that is the legal issue in a libel case, it won't get to a jury in the United States if the person suing
is a public official or public figure.