||Summary of QP
State Outdoor Advertising v. Ft. Lauderdale
The Webb Law Group
||Whether overbreadth standing no
longer operates to allow an applicant for a sign to facially challenge
the lack of procedural safeguards in a sign permitting regulation.
Cominco Metals v.
||Whether CERCLA (and, by
extension, other American environmental laws) can be applied
unilaterally to penalize the actions of a foreign company in a foreign
country undertaken in accordance with that country's laws. (Also
Express v. Holowecki
||R. Jeffrey Kelsey
FedEx Legal Dept.
||Whether the "intake
questionnaire" submitted to the EEOC may suffice for the charge of
discrimination that must be submitted pursuant to the Age
Discrimination in Employment Act, even in the absence of evidence that
the EEOC treated the form as a charge or the employee submitting the
questionnaire reasonably believed it constituted a charge. (Also