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  SC86212: In re James F. Crews, Respondent.
Respondent hired an investigator to substantiate whether Daniels was acting within the scope of his employment at the time of the accident; a fact the investigator was unable to confirm.
Respondent was also uncommunicative with the Plaintiffs when MCM filed its motion for summary judgment alleging that Daniels was not acting in the scope of his employment at the time of the accident.
Respondent's initial brief with the court of appeals was stricken for failure to comply with Rule 84.04; however, he was given another opportunity to correctly comply with the rule.
www.courts.mo.gov /Courts/PubOpinions.nsf/0f87ea4ac0ad4c0186256405005d3b8e/e278dfc41f29406a86256fda004ed29d?OpenDocument   (2662 words)

  
 2675.01 Respondent Brief [R-5] - 2600 Optional Inter Partes Reexamination
The respondent brief must be accompanied by the requisite fee set forth in 37 CFR 41.20(b)(2), and it must be filed within one month from the date of service of the appellant brief on the opposing party.
If a respondent brief is filed which does not comply with all the requirements of 37 CFR 41.68(a) and (b), respondent will be notified and given a nonextendable period of one month within which to file an amended brief to correct the defect(s).
Where the respondent brief is not complete as to the provisions of 37 CFR 41.68(a) and (b), respondent will be notified (in accordance with 37 CFR 41.68(c)) by the examiner that respondent is given a non-extendable period of one month to correct the defect(s) by filing an amended respondent brief.
www.uspto.gov /web/offices/pac/mpep/documents/2600_2675_01.htm   (1391 words)

  
 Comparing Respondent Selection Procedures
Respondent selection procedures can accomplish two goals: 1) they may increase the diversity of the distribution of characteristics of respondents in sample over what would occur if only the first eligible person is interviewed; and 2) they randomly select respondents for the survey.
The "last birthday" procedure is not random because the respondent is determined when the telephone number is selected and the field date is determined, but the procedure does increase the diversity of the respondents' characteristics.
We analyze respondents as representatives of designated groups (gender, age, marital status, education, race or ethnicity) but a proportionally representative sample of persons with the designated characteristics cannot be done effectively with the current survey methods.
www.indiana.edu /~csr/aapor93.html   (5462 words)

  
 WIPO Domain Name Decision: D2002-0839
Respondent has never had, nor does it have now, any registered service mark or trademark for "Windsor." For a substantial period of years, Respondent has not used the domain name, , or any variation thereof, in a URL necessary to access a web site.
Respondent is not commonly known by the domain name, "Windsor," and is not an on-going concern.
Respondent is not a going business concern and has not been using the domain name in connection with a web site for a substantial period of time.
www.wipo.int /amc/en/domains/decisions/html/2002/d2002-0839.html   (1943 words)

  
 The New Piper Aircraft, Inc. v Piper.com - Case No. 94367
Respondent acknowledges that the domain name is identical to the word "piper" which is the subject of one of Complainant’s registered trademarks that was registered prior to Respondent’s acquisition of "piper.com".
Respondent’s use of "piper.com" is a legitimate noncommercial or fair use of the domain name without intent for commercial gain to misleadingly divert consumers or to tarnish the trademark or service mark of the Complainant.
Respondent has not registered the domain name in order to prevent the Complainant from using the mark in a domain name, nor has Respondent ever engaged in a pattern of such conduct.
www.arbforum.com /domains/decisions/94367.htm   (1447 words)

  
 26352: William H. Winchester III, Petitioner/Appellant v. Tanya E. Winchester, Respondent/Respondent.
Respondent relocated to Columbia, Missouri, in 1997, where she took a position as a part-time teacher.
Appellant further contends that an examination of the legal fees submitted by the Respondent's attorney revealed a billing for research to determine whether or not a legal basis existed to warrant the filing of a "motion to determine sums due and owing," attributable to matters related to the couple's daughter's graduate school expenses.
Appellant refers to such expenses as "frivolous." The Respondent does not dispute this suggestion, but counters that the trial court must have considered this matter as frivolous, since the $3,250 awarded to the Respondent was only half of the legal fees.
www.courts.mo.gov /courts/pubopinions.nsf/ccd96539c3fb13ce8625661f004bc7da/cb1600d2518100db8625700c005c3bd3?OpenDocument   (1789 words)

  
 WIPO Domain Name Decision: D2000-0190
Respondent’s Further Statement, which was transmitted to the Center on May 27, 2000, noted that Complainant had not provided Respondent with copies of the case authorities cited in Complainant’s Further Statement.
Respondent is not a licensee of the Complainants and is not otherwise authorized to use the Complainants’ marks.
D2000-0071, the Panel rejected respondents’ free speech defense and transferred both and domain names to the complainant, finding that respondents were engaged in commercial use of the marks, because the respondents were not only criticizing the trademarked products but promoting the respondents’ own products on the websites and on linked websites.
www.wipo.int /amc/en/domains/decisions/html/2000/d2000-0190.html   (3303 words)

  
 12-29-2003_MOTION_LIST
The respondent was admitted to the Bar at a term of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the Second Judicial Department on March 18, 1998.
Motion by the respondent to dismiss as abandoned an appeal from a resentence of the County Court, Suffolk County, rendered December 14, 2001.
Motion by the respondent to dismiss as abandoned an appeal from a judgment of the County Court, Suffolk County, rendered January 24, 1997.
www.courts.state.ny.us /reporter/motions/12-29-2003_MOTION_LIST.htm   (6259 words)

  
 SEARS PETROLEUM AND TRANSPORT CORPORATION RESPONDENT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
It is inappropriate for the Respondent to involve the Administrative Law Judge since the Respondent seeks confirmation of the contents of the documents.
Therefore, I direct the Respondent to confer with the Department about the documents described in Items 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7 of the Respondent’s Notice to Produce to determine whether the Respondent has a complete set of these documents.
If the Respondent intends to submit a more specific request, the request must be filed within ten business days after receipt of this ruling and order.
www.dec.state.ny.us /website/ohms/decis/searsr2.htm   (973 words)

  
 37 C.F.R. 41.68, Respondent's brief. (BitLaw)
(a)(1) Respondent(s) in an appeal may once, within the time limit for filing set forth in § 41.66, file a respondent brief and serve the brief on all parties in accordance with § 1.903 of this title.
The respondent brief shall be limited to issues raised in the appellant brief to which the respondent brief is directed.
If a respondent brief is filed which does not comply with all the requirements of paragraph (a) and paragraph (b) of this section, respondent will be notified of the reasons for non-compliance and given a non-extendable time period within which to file an amended brief.
www.bitlaw.com /source/37cfr/41_68.html   (776 words)

  
 WIPO Domain Name Decision: D2001-0748
On June 14, 2001, WIPO notified the Respondent of the Complaint in the usual manner and informed the Respondent inter alia that the last day for sending its Response to the Complainant and to WIPO was July 3, 2001.
The Respondent states categorically that it is not "a student of the US no-frills airline market" and knew nothing of the Complainant when it registered the Domain Name.
The Respondent asserts that in all the circumstances the demand for $200,000 compensation for changing its name and transferring the Domain Name and the associated Australian rights was reasonable.
www.wipo.int /amc/en/domains/decisions/html/2001/d2001-0748.html   (2901 words)

  
 Sampling for Internet Surveys
The second is 'External' whereby respondents are found elsewhere - perhaps from panels or from paper directories; these respondents are then 'invited' to the Internet which is used as a data collection medium.
The respondent simply clicks on this hypertext link, which then evokes their web browser, presenting the reader with a web-based questionnaire.
Sifting is used when a universe of potential respondents can be 'over-sampled'." Farmer explains that this works by taking any respondents who care to answer a web questionnaire and to reject those who are defined as ineligible.
users.wmin.ac.uk /~bradlen/papers/sam06.html   (2998 words)

  
 IN RE PHYSICIANS FORMULA COSMETICS INC - Legal Case Documents
Respondent Physicians Formula Cosmetics, Inc. is a Delaware corporation with its principal office or place of business at 1055 W. Eighth Street, Azusa, California 91702.
The Commission's complaint charges that respondent, by labeling its products as "Made in USA," misrepresented that they were all or virtually all made in the United States when, in truth and in fact, a significant proportion of their components was of foreign origin.
The proposed order would allow respondent to represent that its products are made in the United States as long as all, or virtually all, of the components of the products are of U.S. origin and all, or virtually all, of the labor in manufacturing them is performed in the United States.
www.legalcasedocs.com /120/247/911.html   (1707 words)

  
 IN RE SEARS ROEBUCK and CO - Legal Case Documents
Respondent Sears, Roebuck and Co. is a corporation organized, existing, and doing business under and by virtue of the laws of the State of New York, with its offices and principal place of
Proposed respondent, having been represented by counsel, is willing to enter into an agreement containing a consent order resolving the allegations contained in the attached draft complaint.
Respondent Sears, Roebuck and Co. is a New York corporation with its principal office or place of business at 3333 Beverly Road, Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60179.
www.legalcasedocs.com /120/247/950.html   (1368 words)

  
 Appellee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An appellee, or respondent, is the party to an appeal in which a lower court judgment is in its favor.
The appellee is required to respond to the petition, oral arguments, and legal briefs of the appellant.
In general, the appellee takes the procedural posture that the lower court's decision should be affirmed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Respondent   (121 words)

  
 Respondent (opinio plugin api)
Respondent is an object that encapsulates information about users response to a survey like entry date, last response, completed date and so on.
If the respondent has answered all the questions (getNextQuestion() returns -1), the completed date will be set and respondent will be removed from the cache.
Note that the language code can change between answered questions, if the respondent selects another language in the dropdown list, but only the last selected language will be stored in the completed respondent object.
www.objectplanet.com /opinio/doc/plugin_api/com/objectplanet/survey/plugin/api/Respondent.html   (1051 words)

  
 RESPONDENT'S AND ACCUSER'S RIGHTS IN FORMAL HEARING
The respondent has a right to review, with or without counsel present, pertinent information, materials or other evidence gathered during or as a result of any preliminary investigation conducted in accordance with PPM 9-11, Informal Procedures and the Informal Conciliatory Meeting.
The respondent shall have the right, with a representative, to attend meetings of the Faculty Board of Review during the formal hearing process (except those sessions which are closed for the purpose of deliberations and voting).
The respondent has the right of all faculty to examine any University records which are retrievable in the faculty member's name, with the exception of legally privileged documents or other documents classified as confidential, according to the laws of the State of Utah.
documents.weber.edu /ppm/9-13.htm   (873 words)

  
 Max Kent - Respondent - Order- NYS DEC
Since the record shows that Respondent is responsible for a discharge of petroleum products, I conclude that he also violated Navigation Law §l75 by failing to report the discharge, and Navigation Law §176 by failing to immediately undertake to contain and ultimately clean up and remove the discharge.
With thirty (30) days from the date of the service of this Order upon Respondent, Respondent is directed to remediate the spill site in accordance with the Navigation Law and under the direction of the Region 9 Staff.
The Respondent provided Staff with a receipt dated January 22 or 27, 1992 hand written to indicate that Cubic Storage, Olean, NY received three (3) fifty-five (55) gallon drums of used oil and sludge from the Respondent.
www.dec.state.ny.us /website/ohms/decis/kento.html   (3247 words)

  
 CMOR - Respondent Cooperation : Events/Publications
Finding ways to improve respondent cooperation is one of the key missions of CMOR and its members companies, and we urge you and your co-workers, who conduct survey research, to get involved in the industry effort to persuade consumers to give their opinions and preferences when asked.
Two focus groups were conducted: one with interviewers, and one with respondents who had all participated in an interview of some type within the past year.
This telephone study was conducted among 1,920 respondents to assess the public’s perception of the research process and to measure the effects of alternative methods of improving respondent cooperation.
www.cmor.org /rc/evtpubs.cfm   (1087 words)

  
 1989.08.18 CR39 HHS vs. Irving L. Becker, Respondent
Respondent was employed by SSA from July 15, 1957 until he retired on January 3, 1987.
Respondent is a former employee of the executive branch of the United States Government.
Respondent to have been an interested bystander to the selection process, it does not establish that he
www.hhs.gov /dab/decisions/cr-39.html   (3522 words)

  
 WIPO Domain Name Decision: D2002-0754
The Panel nonetheless regarded it as important that the Complainant should have an opportunity to respond to the Respondent’s supplemental submissions dated October 9 and 10, 2002, and issued the Procedural Order a copy of which is appended to this decision.
In the course of 2000 and 2001, the Respondent was in communication with various third parties in relation to transfer of the Domain Name, but there is a dispute as to the nature of some of those communications and who initiated them.
In addressing this question, the members of the Panel were unanimous in concluding that the filing of a complaint in the knowledge that the complaint is unmeritorious constitutes ‘use of the Policy in bad faith’ within the meaning of paragraph 1 of the Rules.
arbiter.wipo.int /domains/decisions/html/2002/d2002-0754.html   (2904 words)

  
 Domestic Violence and the Legal Process: King County Domestic Violence Information
The Respondent can appear at this hearing, because in our system both sides of a dispute have the right to be heard in court before a decision is reached.
Whether the Respondent appears or not, the court has to know that a copy of the Order and Hearing Notice was served on the Respondent at least 5 days before the hearing date.
If the Respondent has not been served or if proof of service is not before the court, the court may instead re-issue the emergency Temporary Order for Protection and set a new hearing date.
www.metrokc.gov /dvinfo/dv6_0.htm   (2118 words)

  
 House of Lords - Regina v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police (Respondent) ex parte LS (by his mother and ...
Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police (Respondent) ex parte LS (by his mother and litigation friend JB) (FC) (Appellant) Regina v.
It is of paramount importance that law enforcement agencies should take full advantage of the available techniques of modern technology and forensic science.
Subsection 63(3AC) is of particular interest in so far as it may have to be accommodated in the submissions on behalf of the appellants.
www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk /pa/ld200304/ldjudgmt/jd040722/york-1.htm   (4035 words)

  
 Research Industry Summit: Improving Respondent Cooperation to Revive Data
Select contributors from the audience may be called on for their input during the roundtable discussion.
This conference is the platform from which new processes, standards and recommendations will be divulged and agreed upon by the industry as a whole.
Attend this event if your business lies in the hands of respondents – this summit is the key to getting and keeping them engaged.
www.iirusa.com /respondentcooperation   (464 words)

  
 2-1-3 Respondent Text Data Dictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Respondent Text Data Dictionary is similar to the Item Data Dictionary in that it contains descriptive, as well as processing information about data items collected on the survey.
There is a 1-to-1 relationship between the keycode and the respondent text item code, and often the two will be the same.
New respondent text items are appended to the end of the file.
www.census.gov /esmpd/www/steps/usermanual/chap2/um2-1-3.htm   (1565 words)

  
 Texaco, Inc. v Texaco Domain Canada - Case No. 94869
            Complainant's Response to Answer Filed by Respondent was not considered in this case, as it was received after this Arbitrator reviewed the Complaint and Response and rendered his decision, by dictating this report.  Also, the Response was not timely filed under the Rules.
            Respondent registered the domain name "texacocanada.com" on February 3, 2000.  On that same date, Kenneth J. Harvey, representative of Texaco Domain Canada, sent an e-mail to Darryl Martin of Texaco stating that he was the owner of "texacocanada.com" and that the domain name
            Section 4(b)(iii), is not applicable as the Complainant and Respondent are not competitors.
www.arbforum.com /domains/decisions/94869.htm   (571 words)

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