SCIENCE AND RELIGION TWENTY YEARS AFTER MCLEAN V. ARKANSAS: EVOLUTION, PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND THE NEW CHALLENGE OF INTELLIGENT DESIGN
- FAIRNESS OF DISCHARGE A "CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT" ISSUE -- INTENT TO EXCLUDE SUBJECT MUST BE SPECIFIC. // Arbitration Journal;Mar1967, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p56
The article focuses on the arbitration clause related to condition of employment with reference to the court case, Retail Clerks International Association versus Woodman's Food Marketing Inc. The clause states that where a collective bargaining agreement provided for arbitration of grievances...
- Tough to avoid immediate harm. Parvin, Cordell // Roads & Bridges;Aug2001, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p14
Reports the effects of 'No Damage for Delay' clause on owner and contractor relationship in Broward County, Florida. Lawsuit filed by Triple R Paving Inc. against the county for delay damages; Causes of the delays; Decision of the court on the delay damages claim.
- Withdrawal fails to stave off cost award. // Planning (14672073);5/28/2010, Issue 1870, p19
The article discusses a court case wherein the decision of the city council to withdraw its objections to the appellants' proposal to discharge three clauses in an obligation agreed in 1995, relative to the permission for residential development, has not saved it from a full award of costs in...
- What's New in European Arbitration? Van Houtte, Vera; Wilske, Stephan; Young, Michael // Dispute Resolution Journal;May-Jul2007, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p9
This article presents a number of incidents pertaining to arbitration throughout Europe and Great Britain. The English Court of Appeal held that arbitrators should decide whether a contract between two parties is valid, unless that which makes it invalid is directly related to the arbitration...
- Decisions, decisions, decisions. Jennings, Dick // Supply Management;12/11/2008, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p26
The article discusses legal developments in 2008 involving public procurement in Great Britain. The decision in the case "Alan Auld Associates v. Rick Pollard Associates" was important for purchasing companies that are making late payment. The "M&J Polymers v. Imerys Minerals" was influential...
- ACLU Challenges Legality of Public School Fees. Walsh, Mark // Education Week;9/22/2010, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p4
The article discusses a lawsuit, which has been supported by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), challenging that charging fees for school materials in public schools violates the constitution of California.
- Public Schools... 'release time' religion. Ashman, Allan // American Bar Association Journal;Sep75, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p1127
Reports on the ruling of the United States District Court of the Western District of Virginia on the case, Smith v. Smith. Court's decision that a program whereby students were released from a public school for the purpose of attending religious instruction classes has violated the...
- Public school officials have final say on classroom content, appellate court holds. // Church & State;Dec98, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p17
Reports on an United States appelate court ruling that public school officials have final say on classroom content. New Jersey elementary school student Zachary Hood's absence of constitutional right to defy his teacher and read a Bible story to his classmates.
- Lawsuits over intelligent design and evolution pose a democratic dilemma. Royal, Robert // National Catholic Reporter;10/21/2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p22
Assesses the effect of lawsuits about teaching evolution and intelligent design in public schools in the U.S. Possibility of a democratic dilemma; Argumentation of the truth about religion and science; Debate between politicians about the issue.