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MLRC veterinarian Dr Deshmukh rushed to the spot along with Wildlife SOS team after he was contacted by the office of Deputy Conservator of Forest, Junnar.
It is recommended to the Ontario Ministry of Labour that they form an MLRC subcommittee on technology with the mandate of investigating technology such as, but not limited to, remote loading.
In a 17-page decision made public Wednesday, the Appeals Court 4th Division through Associate Justice Ricardo Rosario said the Angeles City Regional Trial Court did not err in junking the petition filed by MLRC to compel the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (Pagcor) to pursue arbitration on its violations of their agreement.
On March 11, 1998, MLRC filed a petition for arbitration alleging that in 1995 it had entered into an Agreement with Pagcor under which it was granted the authority to operate the casino.
Within a year of its operations, Pagcor accused MLRC of enticing and inducing local players to patronize the Mimosa Regency Casino in violation of a provision in their agreement that limits the patrons of the casino to foreign players and walk-in local players.
1968) (explaining the advantages of "class action in affording relief"): Tilbury, supra note 28, at 6; MLRC REPORT, supra note 9, at 9-13 (calling current Manitoba rules on multi-party proceedings an inadequate "patchwork").
See also Morabito, supra note 14, at 673; SLC REPORT, supra note 34, at [paragraph] 4.85; MLRC REPORT, supra note 69, at 88.
In the 1980s, the MLRC said, news organizations faced an average of 26.5 trials per year, which dropped to 21.8 in the 1990s, and is 11.7 so far this decade.
Recent litigation data on actions involving media defendants are available from the Media Law Resource Center (MLRC).
MLRC notes, however, that it does not count unreported decisions, and that reported summary judgment decisions may skew in favor of defendants.
News organizations went four for five in court during the past year, setting a record for both the lowest number of trials for libel and privacy claims, and the highest percentage of media victories in the 22 years the New York City-based Media Law Resource Center (MLRC) has tracked trials.