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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Lynch v. Lynch

... for modification, (2) failed to address the plaintiff's pendente lite motion for contempt, (3) ordered him to pay alimony and child support at the same time as it ordered him to pay 60 percent of household and children's expenses, (4) ordered that the intellectual property of the ...

UNIV. OF CONNECTICUT v. FREEDOM OF INFO.

... commission's determination that the exemption's application turns on whether the public agency is engaged in a trade and instead concluded that the exemption's application turns on whether the government has engaged in activities that create qualifying intellectual property. ...

University of Connecticut v. Freedom of Information Commission

... commission's determination that the exemption's application turns on whether the public agency is engaged in a trade and instead concluded that the exemption's application turns on whether the government has engaged in activities that create qualifying intellectual property. ...