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Immigration case questions status of ‘aged-out’ child applicants (access required)


WASHINGTON — At oral arguments on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court scrutinized the language of federal immigration statutes to determine whether a visa applicant’s child who ages out of automatic eligibility while waiting in the queue for available visas must ...

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Airline asks justices preemptively to ground passenger’s claim (access required)


WASHINGTON — In the latest case asking the U.S. Supreme Court to consider the preemptive effect of a federal law on a plaintiff’s civil lawsuit, the justices considered Tuesday whether the Airline Deregulation Act prevents a disgruntled airline passenger from ...

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Military contractor recovers for non-payment of contract – $1,937,559 Verdict (access required)

Global Hub Logistics was an Afghanistan-based logistics contractor hired by Tamerlane Global Services Inc. to complete movements of military cargo out of Afghanistan during 2011. Tamerlane refused to pay Global Hub for completed movements of cargo after the relationship between ...

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