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Aug 18, 2016 ... JANIS S. McLEAN, Plaintiff and Appellant, S221554 v. Ct.App. 3 C074515 STATE OF CALIFORNIA et al., Sacramento County Super. Ct. No. 34-2012- ..... on the ground that McLean had erroneously sued the State of California. IV. The judgment of the Court of Appeal is affirmed. KRUGER, J. WE CONCUR:


Court of Appeal, Third District, California. Janis D. MCLEAN, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. STATE of California et al., Defendants and Respondents. C074515. Decided: August 19, 2014. Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff, William A. Kershaw, Lyle W. Cook, and Stuart C. Talley for Plaintiff and Appellant. The Law Offices of Brooks ...


May 20, 2010 ... MIDCOUNTRY BANK, f/k/a First Federal fsb, Respondent, v. Frederick C. KRUEGER and Nancy Krueger, Respondents, Cherolyn A. Hinshaw, et al., Appellants.


Jun 30, 2015 ... Section 1962, however, does not contain an express waiver of sovereign immunity, see 18 U.S.C. § 1962, et seq., and every court to address the issue has found that the Federal Government and its employees are immune from suit under the civil RICO statute. See Hamrick v. Bush, Civ. A. No. 04-5316 ...


529 F. Supp. 1255 (1982). Rev. Bill McLEAN, et al., Plaintiffs, v. The ARKANSAS BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al., Defendants. No. LR C 81 322. United States District Court, E. D. Arkansas, W. D.. January 5, 1982. *1256 Robert M. Cearley, Jr., Cearley, Gitchel, Mitchell & Roachell, Philip E. Kaplan, Kaplan, Hollingsworth  ...


Dec 1, 2013 ... Knowing that gypsum is not an ideal host mineral for fluid inclusion studies due to the ease of deformation and perfect cleavage along {010}, the aim of our study ( Krüger et al., 2013) was to test the applicability of fluid inclusion liquid-vapor homogenization temperatures (Th) for an accurate determination of ...


Apr 1, 2016 ... (03-12-00560-CV, 447 SW3d 520, 10-31-14). The Court withdraws its order of January 22, 2016, granting the petition for review, as the petition was improvidently granted. The petition for review is denied. 15-0100 BRENT ALAN MCLEAN v. BRAD LIVINGSTON, ET AL.; from Johnson County; 10th Court.


Feb 4, 2014 ... Successive revisions of the DSM and the ICD have served to improve reliability of psychiatric diagnoses. In particular, the development of the Research Diagnostic Criteria (RDC,1) led to the major revisions in DSM-III toward this goal. However, these classifications continue to suffer from heterogeneity ...


Although patients had no drug abuse histories, they escalated their intake gradually over time to reach supra-therapeutic doses ranging anywhere from 60 mg to 2,000 mg per day (Gilbert and Staats, 1997; Liappas et al., 2003; Krueger et al., 2005; Cubała and Landowski, 2007; Huang et al., 2007; Svitek et al., 2008) .