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Ultimately, the matter was settled between the Union of India and Union Carbide ( in a settlement overseen by the Supreme Court of India ) for a sum of Rs.
Ultimately, The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the developers, clearing the way for construction to begin in the summer of 2009.
Ultimately, Congress enacted a law to provide for a procedure appointing independent counsels, a statute that the U. S. Supreme Court upheld in 1986.
Ultimately, on August 8, 1974, after the U. S. Supreme Court voted by 8 to 0 to reject Nixon's claims of executive privilege and release the tapes ( with then Associate Justice William H. Rehnquist recusing himself because, as an assistant attorney general during Nixon's first term, he had taken part in internal executive-branch discussions of the scope of executive privilege ), Nixon announced his decision to resign as President.
Ultimately, however, his efforts failed, and the sodomy laws stayed in effect until the state Supreme Court struck it down in Jegley v. Picado in March 2001.
Ultimately, in 1859 in Ableman v. Booth the U. S. Supreme Court overruled the state court.
Ultimately, however, Bridges was vindicated by the Supreme Court.
Ultimately the Supreme Court, invoking the principle of stare decisis (" to stand by things decided "), ruled 5-3 in favor of Major League Baseball, citing as precedent a 1922 ruling in Federal Baseball Club v. National League ( 259 U. S. 200 ).
Ultimately, a Supreme Court 5-4 ruling found in favor of Monsanto of their patent being valid and if there was infringement.
Ultimately, the 1948 Supreme Court decision Shelley v. Kraemer made such covenants unenforceable.
When Peter II died, there were multiple candidates for the throne including Peter I ’ s first wife, Yevdokiya, and Peter I ’ s daughter, Elizabeth However, Alexis Dolgoruky and his allies chose Anna Ivanonva, the daughter of Peter I ’ s half brother Ivan, because the Supreme Privy Council wanted a ruler that would not impose on the powers of the Council, allowing them to continue to virtually rule the empire The Supreme Privy Council offered her the throne with “ Konditsii ” or Conditions These included the inability of the empress to marry, designate a successor, declare war or peace, raise taxes, or spend state revenue without the consent of the Council Many other nobles saw this as an aristocratic grab for power and told the would-be empress so as soon as she arrived in Moscow Ultimately, Anna invalidated the conditions, abolished the Council and sent many members who advocated the conditions into exile.
Ultimately, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed in a 7-1 decision, and women were admitted to VMI for the first time in the late 1990s.
Ultimately, Thompson was supported by the Supreme Court of Georgia.
" Ultimately the Supreme Court ruled that President George W. Bush does not have the sole authority to hold tribunals and is required to get authorization to do so from the United States Congress.
Ultimately, the Supreme Court determined that the ICC had no such power.
Ultimately, this ruling was overturned by the Supreme Court.

Ultimately and Court
Ultimately, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit found that a cell phone can be considered a computer if " the phone perform arithmetic, logical, and storage functions ," paving the way for harsher consequences for criminals engaging with minors over cellphones.
Ultimately, Hutchinson was brought to civil trial by the General Court in November 1637, presided over by Governor John Winthrop, on the charge of “ traducing the ministers ”.
Ultimately, Old Court partisans gained control of both houses of the legislature, and the New Court was abolished permanently in December 1826.
Ultimately two class-action lawsuits were filed one in the State of Georgia in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Ultimately, the FIA Court of Appeal rejected their final appeal and kicked the team out of the remainder of the season.
The FCO corrected the error on its website and wrote to Köchler on 27 August 2008 :" Ultimately, it will be for the Court to decide whether the material should be disclosed, not the Foreign Secretary.

Ultimately and concluded
Ultimately, some, like John Shosky, have concluded " It is far from clear that any one person should be given the title of ' inventor ' of truth-tables.
Ultimately, the war concluded in 1970 with no change in the front line.
Ultimately, he concluded weight was proportionate to the amount of matter of an object, and not the speed of motion as supposed by the Aristotelean view of physics.
Ultimately, it was concluded that Stewart was guilty and the Alpha Lanterns decided on the judgement of death for his crime.
Ultimately, the SEC required the company to correct its financial reports, but concluded there was insufficient evidence to pursue an insider trading case against Bush.
Ultimately, Thomas concluded that the concept of structure as " rules and resources " in an elemental and ontological way resulted in conceptual confusion.
Ultimately the paper concluded that there is a need to increase awareness of geophysics in post-16 education environments by including geophysics topics in secondary school examinations.
Ultimately, it concluded that France had been the foreign power most involved in limiting the scale of the genocide once it got started, though it regretted that more had not been done.
Ultimately, the BBC concluded that a television image was not covered by existing copyright law and replied to Cura giving him permission to proceed but to “ only photograph the television image of individual artists who have instructed you to do so prior to their television appearance, and that you do not give or sell the photographs to anyone other than the artist in question ”.
" Andrew Sarris, in his review for The New York Observer, wrote, " Ultimately Unfaithful is escapism in its purest form, and I am willing to experience it on that level, even though with all the unalloyed joy on display, there's almost no humor ," and concluded that it was " one of the very few mainstream movies currently directed exclusively to grown-ups.
He concluded: " Ultimately, the rewards of Heroes of Might and Magic III far outweigh its few drawbacks.
Ultimately, the Japanese concluded that, " It is impossible to fight the enemy and at the same time suppress the activities of the guerrillas.
Ultimately, the Mozilla core developers concluded that the old code could not be salvaged.
" Ultimately, he concluded that " I was glad we were killed off in the end ".
Ultimately, however, Washington concluded that he was " of inadequate abilities "; his known vice of drinking too much alcohol also concerned Washington.

Supreme and Court
This seems like an attitude favoring a sort of totalitarian bureaucracy which, under a President of the same stamp, would try to coerce an uncooperative Congress or Supreme Court.
For lawyers, reflecting perhaps their parochial preferences, there has been a special fascination since then in the role played by the Supreme Court in that transformation -- the manner in which its decisions altered in `` the switch in time that saved nine '', President Roosevelt's ill-starred but in effect victorious `` Court-packing plan '', the imprimatur of judicial approval that was finally placed upon social legislation.
his requesting, and often getting, higher wages, better working conditions, better schools -- changes that were slowly emerging even before the Supreme Court decision of 1954.
the Honorable Robert Wagner, Sr., at that time a justice of the New York Supreme Court, was on the reception committee.
The editorial concerned legislative proposals to ease the tax burden on DuPont stockholders, in connection with the United States Supreme Court ruling that DuPont must divest itself of its extensive General Motors stock holdings.
-- Indonesia Military Supreme Court has confirmed the death sentence passed on Alan Lawrence Pope, an American pilot.
I fought like a tigress but by the time I appealed my case to the Supreme Court ( 1937 ), Mr. Roosevelt and his `` henchmen '' had done their `` dirty work '' all too well, even going so far as to attempt to `` pack '' the highest tribunal in the land in order to defeat little me.
But the Supreme Court wouldn't even hear my case!!
For almost a hundred years we relied upon state courts ( subject to review by the Supreme Court ) for the protection of most rights arising under national law.
In 1910 it required the convening of a special three-judge court for the issuance of certain injunctions and allowed direct appeals to the Supreme Court.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court, like Congress, showed misgivings concerning this aspect of government by injunction.
On review the Supreme Court, via Mr. Justice Frankfurter, found southern racial problems `` a sensitive area of social policy on which the federal courts ought not to enter unless no alternative to adjudication is open ''.
To insure uniformity in the meaning of national law, however, state interpretations are subject to Supreme Court review.
Only when a decision is rendered by the District Court of Appeal ( or, of course, the Supreme Court ) is a binding precedent established.
It is an issue which may well reach the Supreme Court of the United States before judicial finality is achieved.
As a school district, the District of Columbia has had desegregated schools since 1954, shortly after the Supreme Court decision.
On the one hand do we argue the Supreme Court decision required only that a child not be denied admission to a school on account of his race??
Probably a lawyer once said it best for all time in the Supreme Court of the United States.
The struggle was resolved in 1819 in the Supreme Court in one of the most intriguing cases in our judicial history.
`` It is a duty '', said Hough, `` not to let pass this opportunity of protesting against the methods of taking and printing testimony in Equity, current in this circuit ( and probably others ), excused if not justified by the rules of the Supreme Court, especially to be found in patent causes, and flagrantly exemplified in this litigation.
In 1912 the United States Supreme Court adopted a new set of rules of equity which became effective on February 1, 1913.
There is little doubt that they were promulgated by the Supreme Court as a direct result of the Selden patent suit.
Under Formby's plan, an appointee would be selected by a board composed of the governor, lieutenant governor, speaker of the House, attorney general and chief justice of the Texas Supreme Court.
The fight over the Warwick School Committee's appointment of a coordinator of audio-visual education may go to the state Supreme Court, it appeared last night.

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