Legal Proceedings

Legal proceedings may refer to:

  • Legal process
    • Trial (law):
      • Lawsuit, a civil trial
      • Criminal trial
  • Hearing (law)
    • Administrative hearing
    • Congressional hearing
  • Impeachment proceedings
  • Court orders
    • Foreclosure
    • Receivership
  • Arbitration

Other articles related to "legal proceedings, legal, proceedings":

Ashley Alexandra Dupré - Media Attention - Legal Proceedings
... In July 2008, a woman named Amber Arpaio filed a federal lawsuit against Dupré for defamation and invasion of privacy, claiming Dupré used her lost driver's license to appear on a "Girls Gone Wild" video ... Arpaio also sued "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joseph Francis ...
Taff Vale Railway Co V Amalgamated Society Of Railway Servants - Judgment
... A partnership firm which is not a corporation, nor, I suppose, a legal entity, may now be sued in the firm's name ... I think that a legal entity was created under the Trade Union Act 1871, by the registration of the society in its present name in the manner prescribed, and that the legal entity so created, though not perhaps in the ... should be used and applied to it in all legal proceedings unless there was any other provision which militated against such a construction, as, for instance, in the case of ...
Counsel General For Wales - Functions of The Office of Counsel General
... Counsel General is the senior and authoritative legal adviser to Welsh Government ... to promote or protect the public interest, he may bring, defend or appear in legal proceedings, in the name of the Counsel General ... However, the proceedings must relate to matters in respect of which Welsh Ministers or the Counsel General have functions (section 67 GOWA 2006) The Counsel General may ...

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