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United States v. Microsoft Corporation 253 F.3d 34 (D.C. Cir. 2001) is a U.S. antitrust law case, ultimately settled by the Department of Justice, where Microsoft Corporation was accused of becoming a monopoly and engaging in anti- competitive practices contrary to the 1890 Sherman Antitrust Act sections 1 and 2. It was ...


Apr 16, 2007 ... Domtar Inc., a Canadian corporation, filed a Notice of Arbitration against the United States under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, on behalf of itself and its subsidiaries, Domtar Enterprises Inc. and Domtar Industries Inc., for losses allegedly suffered as a result of (i) certain U.S. antidumping, countervailing ...


Apotex Inc., a Canadian pharmaceuticals corporation, alleges that U.S. courts and administrative agencies committed errors in interpreting federal law, and that such errors are in violation of NAFTA Article 1102 (national treatment) and Article 1105 (minimum standard of treatment under international law). Apotex also ...


CANACAR, a trade association representing individual carriers within the Mexican trucking industry, alleges that the U.S. Department of Transportation restricts Mexican carrier operations in the United States and Mexican investment in U.S. carriers in violation of NAFTA Article 1102 (national treatment) and Article 1103 ...


Apr 4, 2012 ... 'Arizona v. United States' in the U.S. Supreme Court. A Primer on the Legal Arguments in Landmark States' Rights Case. By Marshall Fitz and Jeanne ... Read the full brief in your web browser (Scribd) ... This month the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a landmark case, State of Arizona v.


Oct 9, 2017 ... Fred Korematsu's daughter Karen Korematsu explains the origin of the case, the Supreme Court decision and the impact the case has had on the country.


V. Wade. Schenck v. United States | 1919. Guests: Beverly Gage. Yale University History Professor. Tom Goldstein. SCOTUSblog Co-Founder & Publisher ... Your browser is not supported. Please ... In the midst of the First World War, the U.S. government regarded calls for draft resistance as dangerous to national security.


Please update your browser to its latest version or download one of the following browsers: ... United States (1944), the Supreme Court, in a 6-3 vote, upheld the government's forceful removal of 120,000 people of Japanese descent, 70,000 of them U.S. citizens, from their homes on the West Coast to internment camps in ...


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