Although Judges and Quasi-Judicial Officers Are Immune from Action for Damages under the Civil Rights Statutes for Acts Accomplished in the Discharge of Their Official Duties, When a Class Discrimination Is Alleged, Both Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Officers May Be Mandatorily Enjoined from Further Infringement upon the Rights of the Complaining Class.
Adrian Gregory Acevedo
The United States Government Breached Its Fiduciary Duty by Paying Oklahoma Estate Tax on the Property of a Noncompetent Osage Indian without Determining Whether Intervening Cases and Internal Revenue Rulings Had Removed the Requirement for Paying the Tax.
Phyllis Wilson Gainer
Absent Provisions in a Collective-Bargaining Contract or the Union's Constitution or Bylaws Restricting a Union Member's Right to Resign, any Imposition of Fines upon Employees Who Resign from the Union Prior to Breaking Strike Rules Is an Unfair Labor Practice under Section 8(b)(1)(A) of the National Labor Relations Act .
John S. Strickland
When an Employee Is Loaned, Both the General and Special Employers Are Liable for the Tortious Acts of That Employee on the Basis of the Public Policy Which Places Liability on the Employing Persons or Firms Which Can Best Insure against the Risk, Guard against It, and Which Can Most Accurately Predict the Cost of the Risk and Allocate Such Cost Directly to the Consumer.
James A. Childress