SUED


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AcronymDefinition
SUEDService Universitaire d'Enseignement à Distance (French: University Department of Distance Education; various locations; also seen as SUEAD)
SUEDState University of Education Deans
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Trizec has also sued the designer for damages in a case that is still pending.
The organization sued over police searches of the homeless again in 2003, the same year it sued again over a prohibition on sleeping on city streets.
Asking these doctors why they haven't been sued inevitably leads to deeper questions: What communication techniques do they use?
But right now I don't know of a single teacher or superintendent who has been sued that has had to pay out of their own pocket.
has been sued a number of times for employment discrimination and was hit with an $8.
The Department of Labor sued the individual plan administrator, the 401 (k) plan and the sponsor organization alleging they failed to inform employees when they switched guaranteed income contract (GIC) companies and misled participants by continuing to use the old company's enrollment forms.
McPhilemy sued The Sunday Express in 1994 for accusing him of deceiving Channel 4 about the threats to his life in 1991, and of filing a false affidavit on the subject.
ETOILE LIMOUSINES: The car firm, its bosses - including Nils Siegel, left - and insurers face being sued by all parties over the death crash
Adaptec, a high-tech firm in Milpitas, CA, boasting 35 consecutive quarters of profitability, was sued by a legal entrepreneur when the firm's earnings failed to meet expectations, and the stock price suffered.
Department of Social Services,(6) the Court reversed that holding and concluded that local government entities can be sued under sec.
While the number of federal securities fraud class actions filed in 2004 increased only moderately from 2003 levels, rising to 212 companies sued from 181, the decline in stock market capitalization corresponding to these actions increased dramatically, according to a report released today by the Stanford Law School Securities Class Action Clearinghouse in cooperation with Cornerstone Research.
Barlow said that Barry has sued her association more than a dozen times.