The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) 78th Annual Conference, Rethink, Reimagine and Redefine Justice for Children and Families will be held on July 26-29 at the new JW Marriott in Austin, Tex, the Live Music Capital of the World. This dynamic conference will host more than 400 judges and related professionals in juvenile and family law from across … [Read more...] about Rethink, Reimagine, Redefine Justice at the NCJFCJ Annual Conference and Justice Innovation Celebration
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By: Patricia Egan Daehnke & Kristin Marker The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("ACA"), enacted by Congress in 2010, has been the subject of heated political debate since it was passed. Determined to be constitutional in 2012 by the U.S. Supreme Court, states are now faced with the challenge of incorporating the federal health care mandates into existing state … [Read more...] about The Business and Practices of Medicine Post the Affordable Care Act: What Challenges Lie Ahead for Nevada
Some will call it an ultimatum. It is. But an ultimatum is often necessary when one party refuses to recognize the constitutional rights of another. And that’s why Utah Gov. Gary Herbert recently signed into law legislation challenging the federal government’s authority to occupy state lands. Utah’s HB 148, the Transfer of Public Lands Act, sets a hard deadline — Dec. 31, … [Read more...] about The West Fires Back: Utah takes land-rights issue to next level … Will Nevada be next?
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to review the case brought by 26 states challenging the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). Some legal commentators believe that this is the most significant case to come before the Supreme Court since Roe v. Wade. Underscoring the importance of the constit Tutional questions posed by the case, the … [Read more...] about “Baseless” Case Merits Five and a Half Hours Before U.S. Supreme Court